Benacre Ness is situated roughly between Kessingland to the north, and Covehithe to the south.
Not easily accessible by road, there are three main ways to access this area.
One is to drive to Benacre and park at the entrance to Beach Farm, and then walk down the driveway and out onto Benacre beach.
The other two ways are by parking either at Kessingland and walking south down the beach until you reach Benacre nature reserve, or by parking at Covehithe and walking north along the clifftops until, again, you reach the nature reserve.
Apart from the beach and amazing sea views, there is a large freshwater broad which attracts many species of wader, goose and duck, as well as breeding migrants such as Little Terns.
The many fields around provide hunting areas for Raptors, and also the inland water pit again provides for waders and wildfowl.
A great place to watch nature, once you've found it!!
Here are a few pictures from Benacre.