Aldeburgh is a coastal town in Suffolk, England. It’s known for its connection with composer Benjamin Britten and the annual Aldeburgh Festival of arts and music, which takes place in June. The town is also known for its wide variety of restaurants serving fresh seafood caught that day. The promenade is lined with pastel-colored buildings from the 19th century that were built as holiday homes, and to the east lies a pebble beach where you can watch fishermen mending their nets.