Felixstowe North Beach

Visit Felixstowe North Beach

Felixstowe North Beach is a lovely sandy beach on the Suffolk coast, generally quieter than neighbouring South Beach, with beach huts and chalets available to rent. The beach is backed by the beautifully restored seafront gardens, places to eat and children’s amusement arcade.

Seaside activities include scuba diving, windsurfing and water skiing in specially designated areas. Lifeguards are on duty during the daytime throughout the busy summer holiday period, along with a first aid post. There is easy access to restaurants, cafes and toilets.

Barbecues are allowed on beach at ‘The Dip’, which you will find in front of Clifflands car park.

Just a little way further north along the beach golfers can play a round with stunning coastal views at the award winning Felixstowe Ferry Golf Club.

The beach is dog friendly with restrictions in the holiday season from May through September each year.

This beach is …

  • Popular for watersports
  • Dog restrictions during the summer
  • Great for walks

What to see and do

  • Have lunch on the beachfront
  • Play a round of golf
  • Hire a beach hut

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Places to stay

  • Hotels
  • Self catering cottages

Holiday accommodation near this beach

Have a great day out by the coast

Header Photo by Alexander Ward on Unsplash

Getting There

Taking a trip to the beach. Get there by train or car.

LOCATION: Undercliff Road West Felixstowe, Suffolk IP11 2AF
NEAREST TRAIN : Felixstowe Station
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