Amble along Brighton Beach

Voted one of the best city beach break destinations in the world, it’s no wonder why Brighton is one of the most popular beaches in Sussex. Aside from its bohemian bars and family attractions like the SEA LIFE Centre and the i360, Brighton beach offers great opportunities for sports, such as kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding and volleyball.

Brighton - the bohemian paradise of Sussex

Though southern England is full of charming seaside towns, you’ll never find a place that’s quite like Brighton. Brimming with unique attractions, such as the Indian architecture of the Royal Pavilion, intriguing art galleries, and quirky, bohemian bars set in historical buildings, you’ll always find something that grabs you in this city. Whether you pop into one of its eclectic venues or explore the distinct, independent shops of The Lanes, Brighton will never fail to surprise and enthral you.

Wander through The Lanes

If you’re tired of the same old shopping experience, head down to The Lanes and explore a shopper’s heaven of independent boutiques and stores. One of the more historic areas of Brighton, The Lanes is a labyrinthine complex of winding alleys where you can buy any curiosity you can think of, alongside independent bars and cafes with their own distinct personas. Though fairly small, The Lanes always promise hours of memorable exploration.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Brighton beach? Travelodge Brighton Hotel is a 10-minute drive away, and Travelodge Hickstead Hotel can be reached in half an hour.