Shingle Beach, Suffolk

Shingle Beach tide times



February 2024

Shingle Beach tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Mon26
06:190.3m
18:190.7m
00:173.2m
12:333.1m
Tue27
06:450.3m
18:460.7m
00:473.2m
13:043.1m
Wed28
07:110.3m
19:140.7m
01:163.2m
13:333.0m
Thu29
07:360.4m
19:430.7m
01:453.1m
14:012.9m


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March 2024

Shingle Beach tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Fri01
08:020.5m
20:150.8m
02:143.0m
14:322.8m
Sat02
08:320.6m
20:510.9m
02:453.0m
15:072.7m
Sun03
09:100.8m
21:391.0m
03:232.8m
15:512.6m


Suffolk

Things to see and do near Shingle Beach

If you're planning a visit to Shingle Beach, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Explore the Coastline – Take a stroll along the shingle beach and explore the coastline. Enjoy the views of the waves crashing against the shore and the fresh smell of the sea.
  • Bird Watching – In the spring and summer months, Shingle Beach is a great spot for birdwatching. The beach is a haven for many species of birds, including terns, herons, and oystercatchers.
  • Boating – Take a boat trip from Shingle Beach to explore the sea and nearby creeks. You can also take part in various aquatic sports such as kayaking, sailing, and fishing.
  • Visit Dunwich – Take a trip to the nearby town of Dunwich, which is known for its picturesque cliffs and sprawling beaches. Here you can explore the ruins of the once-thriving medieval town.
  • Go for a Swim – Take a dip in the cool waters at Shingle Beach. The shallow waters are ideal for swimming and make for a great way to cool off on a hot summer day.
  • Have a Picnic – Bring a picnic basket and some blankets and make a day of it at Shingle Beach. Enjoy a delicious lunch while admiring the magnificent views of the ocean.
  • Enjoy the Wildlife – Spend some time observing the wildlife at Shingle Beach. You may spot seals, dolphins, and even the occasional whale.
  • Take a Hike – Take a hike along the beach and explore the surrounding area. Keep an eye out for the wildflowers and plants that grow in the area.
  • Visit the Nature Reserve – Head to the nearby Walberswick National Nature Reserve and explore its rolling sand dunes and salt marshes.
  • Go Fishing – Spend some time fishing from the shore at Shingle Beach. You can also take a boat out and try your hand at sea fishing.
  • Visit the Lighthouse – Take a trip to the nearby Southwold Lighthouse and enjoy the views from the top.
  • Beachcombing – Spend some time beachcombing along the shoreline and see what treasures you can find.
  • Relax – Relax on the beach and take in the sun, sand, and sea. There's nothing quite like a day at the beach!
  • Find Fossils – Look for fossils and other interesting rocks along the shoreline.
  • Take Photos – Bring your camera and take some stunning photos of the beach and the surrounding area.
  • Visit Southwold – Take a trip to the nearby town of Southwold and enjoy the quaint shops, cafes, and pubs.

There are many things to see and do near Shingle Beach. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!