Enjoy a Valentine's Day walk to remember at these stunning places in Suffolk.

Across the county, there are endless trails waiting to be discovered and what better occasion to do so than February 14?

Here are seven places perfect for a Valentine's walk that make the most of Suffolk's scenery.

River Deben, Woodbridge

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After filling your bellies with a warm brunch in the beautiful town of Woodbridge, head out along the River Deben to take in some stunning riverside views.

The path winds away from the town and alongside the water, with each twist and turn providing a new perspective on this charming area.

Orwell Country Park

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For those in the Ipswich area that are looking to get some peace and quiet, a walk through Orwell Country Park is the perfect escape.

After making your way through the trees, emerging onto the banks of the River Orwell is a wondrous sight that allows you to get up close to one of the most iconic places in Suffolk.

Shingle Street

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One of the true hidden gems this county has to offer, Shingle Street is spectacularly quiet and makes for the ideal coastal wander.

Bring a flask of tea and a warm coat, though, as it can get chilly quickly!

Landguard Point

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Head out of Felixstowe and park up at Landguard Point for another great spot to walk along the water.

In the evening, the Port of Felixstowe is lit up against the dark sky and makes for fascinating viewing as the ships come and go.

Sudbury Water Meadows

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Whilst exploring the Stour Valley and the historic market town of Sudbury, be sure to visit the expansive water meadows.

An abundance of green, this area is yet another great example of Suffolk's natural beauty and you may even spot some cattle on your walk.

Pakenham and Ixworth

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Outside Bury St Edmunds, the surrounding villages are treasure troves for enthusiastic walkers.

Pakenham and Ixworth are two such villages and a walk between the two will lead ramblers to the site of Pakenham Windmill which dates back to the 1780s.

Carlton Marshes

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The Southern tip of the Norfolk broads is actually in Suffolk and at Carlton Marshes, walkers can experience the waterways in a peaceful and less frantic environment.

This is a must for those who like to spot animals on their countryside adventures, with everything from birds of prey to minute insects all guaranteed to capture the imagination.