Breckland is an area of Suffolk and south Norfolk with a landscape characterized by the twisted scots pines of Thetford Forest, purple heathland, rare wildlife, and uncommonly blue skies. As one of the driest places in the UK and because of its flat terrain, the Breckland in Suffolk is favoured by walkers, cyclists and adventure sport enthusiasts. It’s also rich in human history, the towns and villages in The Brecks some of the most intriguing places to go in Suffolk.
The beautiful pines are synonymous of Breckland
The area is ideal for outdoor sports, all year round. There are cycle routes, walking trails and bridle paths winding across Thetford Forest and the rest of The Brecks, an ideal destination for active families and friends. This deep pine forest is also home to many rare birds, hare, deer, rivers for wild swimming, a recreation park, and Go Ape, an adventure centre high in the treetops.