Visit Walberswick Beach
Walberswick Beach is a charming picturesque seaside village just south of Southwold, on the Suffolk coast. The sand and shingle beach starts on the south side of the River Blythe and follows the Dunwich river south.
Go crabbing and have a picnic in the dunes
On a sunny day, beachgoers will be pitched up along the beach, with towels, snacks, and even a buckets for crabbing. Walberswick is famous for crabbing.
Did you Know? Each year in August the World Open Crabbing Championships are held here.
To get to the beach from the car park, cross the bridge and head through the grassy dunes to the sea.
There is an ice cream truck in the car park, sells crabbing buckets and seaside things.
This beach is great for watersports, you can take a boat trip, go windsurfing and kayaking.
The village is surrounded by acres of protected marsh and heath land, which are great for the family to explore.
Walberswick beach is dog friendly all year round
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Getting To Walberswick Beach
Taking a trip to the beach. Get there by train or car.
Map of Walberswick Beach
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What’s On along the Coast
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