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Sussex Great British Seaside
|Sussex Great British Seaside|
As well being a county of rich and varied history, Sussex is equally blessed with areas of outstanding natural beauty, and offers a wealth of coastal options for a day or holiday at the great British countryside. Despite the ease of transport into central London and further afield, and a dedicated commuter belt, some of the counties best leisure pursuits are to be had further out towards the coastal areas; where Sussex boasts some of Britain’s great seaside resorts:
As one of the oldest town in West Sussex, Bognor Regis is blessed with on average more sunshine than any other British town, as well as clean, long sandy beaches, amusements and a fascinating history. There is a fair amount of nightlife, and plethora of hotels and guest houses to choose from should you decide on a longer stay.
Moving on from Bognor Regis is Littlehampton, just over 10 miles east of Chichester, which progressed into a popular holiday destination during the 18th century. Byron, Shelley and Coleridge are all reputed to have spent time here enjoying the harbour and two beaches.
A busy, bustling city with something for everyone, Brighton has a modern, cosmopolitan vibe, offering beach life, excellent dining opportunities, historical interest and a thriving club scene. Well known for Brighton Pride and an active celebrity scene, Brighton also boasts architectural interests in buildings like the Pavilion, and of course also offers access to the famous pier. This can be a relative expensive resort, but really does offer something for everyone.
Once known primarily as a retirement community, Eastbourne has become a very important town in British Seaside heritage. With award winning beaches and seafront, a proper pier, Treasure Island theme park and the redoubt Napoleonic Fort, which now houses the largest military museum in the South East, Eastbourne is very suitable to family holidays and days out.
Situated between Eastbourne and Hastings, Bexhill On Sea is a beautiful seaside resort set in amongst rolling countryside and mountains of historical sites. There is also the De La Warr Pavilion, a National Centre for contemporary Arts, and the Motoring Heritage Centre.
The home of the biggest beach launched fishing fleet in Britain as well as the site of William the Conqueror’s first castle in the UK, Hastings has long, pebble and sand beaches, Hastings Pier, and describes itself as a coastal Notting Hill!
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