Sizewell Beach (Suffolk)

  • Information

    Sizewell beach is a pebble/sand beach backed by grass, dunes and nuclear power stations.

    Sizewell is a small fishing village and fishing boats operate from the beach.

    The beach has a monument to the Dutchmen who tried to escape to England by kayak during World War II to join the Allied Forces. Eight of them reached the English coast. The monument consists of a pair of crossed kayak paddles and a broken paddle that represents those that didn’t make the trip.

    Facilities at the beach include car parking (pay and display), tearoom and toilets.

    We have no current information on dog restrictions for Sizewell Beach.

    Why not check other beaches nearby as we have no beaches around Leiston, 13 beaches in Suffolk, or check our list of Suffolk Dog Friendly Beaches.

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    No water quality measurement available for Sizewell Beach.

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