Discovering rural county Suffolk in UKMonday, January 23, 2017
County Suffolk in UK is not very well known and as popular as other parts.There is so much potential and amazing things to do and see. I have walked through all those places hundreds of times and I discover something new and exciting every single day.
I think that Suffolk is one of the best counties for country walks and cycling. There are so many different public paths through private land and woods all over Suffolk.
You can go for miles without seeing anyone.
If you are into country walks Suffolk is an ideal place for that.
An old barn near Dunwich,Suffolk
One of my favourite places to walk in Suffolk is Westelton Heath Nature Reserve. This amazing place always brings smile to my face. Huge area covered in woods with so many different birds, plants is a terrific place to discover. Great idea for family walk on Sunday or any day of the week either with friends or on your own.
There will be always plenty to see there through out the year.
Suffolk is a great county itself and it would it give a justice to show or describe all the highlights and benefits in just a one short post so I will focus here in just a small area of Suffolk.If you will ever travel to Suffolk either on business or to see friends this place is worth attention.
Village Westelton is one of those drive through pretty little English villages with well preserved cottages of all styles and few modern houses. Westelton Heath Nature Reserve starts on the outskirts of that picturesque village. I haven't seen myself over here in UK such a wast woodland with huge birch and pine trees. Well managed nature reserve with a lots of different paths will keep most demanding country walker happy.
It's just so easy to forget what time is and get addicted to sightseeing over here.
I could post hundreds of different photos from that glorious part of Suffolk.
Another great Suffolk village nearby is Darsham with it's old great church and well looked after variety of houses and cottages can be a great place for walk.
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