Dec 07, 2018
From the beautiful market town of Rye in East Sussex to the far west seaside town of Bognor Regis, Sussex has some of the very best beaches in England. Around 65 miles from London a holiday or short break to the Sussex coast is a great way to relax and take in the stunning scenery.
Sussex not just Ice creams and fish and chips!
Sussex produces some of the best sparkling wines in the world with range of vineyards, some of which make for a fascinating visit and a great way to enjoy the beautiful Sussex countryside - with a glass of bubbly or two!
Of course there is also plenty to do on the water. Try your hand at windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, kite surfing .... in fact just about every water based activity as right here at your fingertips. For those who wish to stay a little drier, catch the ferry from Littlehampton to the spectacular West Beach and admire the unspoilt sand dunes with their rich habitat of wildlife and plants.
Step back in time on your next visit to Sussex
Stand on the battlefield that in 1066 Battle of Hastings was raging. Visit the historic Abbey built on the site of the Battle of Hastings. Take a trip to the majestic Arundel castle and walk through history in one of the longest inhabited country houses in England. How about a visit Bodiam Castle which dates back to 1385 and is often thought of as one of the most beautiful anywhere in the UK.
Brighton & Hove
Times have changed and Brighton has changed too. Once famed for the "kiss me quick" and naughty postcards Brighton evolved and become a hub of many cultural and stylish offerings including palaces, museums as well as fine dining restaurants and independent shops selling antiques, fashion, jewellers and designer boutiques. There is a very cool vibe about Brighton now and is definitely worth a visit. Of course, there is still all the fun of the seaside on offer as well so it really is the best of both world.
Where to stay
Take a look at some of the very best places to stay in Sussex
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