Landguard Point makes for a dramatic setting, nestled beside the seaside town of Felixstowe, with views across the Rivers Stour and Orwell towards Harwich Harbour and the impressive Port of Felixstowe.
The Point, one of the driest places in Britain, contains a 33 acre Nature Reserve of vegetated shingle which is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Marvel at the 400 year old fort and don't miss visiting the fascinating local history museum.
The walks here are all very easy to follow. All are on firm paths, remnants of the days when this was a military stronghold. A stretch of broadwalk provides easy access right on to the single beach with wonderful views out to sea.