There are many wonderful and picturesque places to snap that perfect photograph for social media across the county. 

Here are five of the most Instagrammable spots along the Suffolk coast. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Maggi Hamblin's ScallopMaggi Hamblin's Scallop (Image: Newsquest)

1. Aldeburgh

With so many stand out features, the town of Aldeburgh has endless spots for the best backdrop for your photo. 

Colourful houses and shop buildings line the high street and the seafront making the town look vibrant all year round. 

If you're looking to photograph something unique then Aldeburgh is also home to Maggi Hambling's Scallop

East Anglian Daily Times: The Water Clock at Southwold PierThe Water Clock at Southwold Pier (Image: Newsquest)

2. Southwold Pier

Having recently reopened under new owners, Southwold Pier comes alive with tourists during the summer months. 

Snap a selfie with the water clock or head to the end of the pier to get a photo of the town and the sea. 

Literary fans will also like the mural dedicated to George Orwell on the side of the arcade building. 

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East Anglian Daily Times: The boats at Pin MillThe boats at Pin Mill (Image: Lucy Taylor)

3. Pin Mill

Arguably the whole of the Shotley peninsula is a picturesque place as it was just named one of the best places to live in the UK.

However, the hamlet of Pin Mill offers panoramic views across the River Orwell and is a popular place for painters and photographers. 

Get a photograph of the old boats washed up on the riverbanks before heading to the nearby Butt and Oyster pub for a pint. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Thorpeness MeareThorpeness Meare (Image: Newsquest)

4. Thorpeness Meare

Overlooked by the House in the Clouds, the Meare was inspired by J.M. Barrie's novel Peter Pan and the world of Neverland. 

As you explore the small islands document your journey finding the Pirate's Lair, Captain's House and a crocodile hiding in the treeline. 

The site was recently given new protection from Historic England.

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East Anglian Daily Times: Orford NessOrford Ness (Image: Lucy Taylor)

5. Orford Ness

If your Instagram has a wildlife theme then Orford Ness is the place to go to showcase the animals that call Suffolk their home. 

Originally a military testing site the area is now an internationally significant nature reserve. 

You can photograph a wide variety of animals including birds, insects, deer and the grey seal colony.