Kessingland Beach01502 533600workBeachThe beach reflects the original fishing village character of Kessingland, with the fishing boats still drawn up onto the beach, which is just south of the award area. Kessingland boasts considerable self-catering holiday accommodation whose visitors enjoy this rural beach, which is at the northern end of the Suffolk Coastal path. The village pub provides a central feature close to the beach. The beach Guardian and village community take considerable pride in their beach, providing an effective early warning system for any potential problems. KessinglandSuffolk-United Kingdom52.4156733151001.729283599200http://www.visitsuffolk.com/?dms=3&pid=
The beach at Kessingland is an expanding asset, due to an annual build up of sand and shingle.
By Public Transport: Kessingland beach is located between Lowestoft (3 miles) and Southwold (8 miles). Access to Kessingland village from the A12 via the B1437. The beach is adjacent to the village. The local bus service has a bus stop, which is a short walk from the beach.