Explore Portslade's history
Portslade is an attractive coastal area to the east of Brighton and Hove filled with history. Visit the beautiful 16th century Portslade village situated about 1 mile from the coast. A five-minute walk from the village takes you to the listed building of Portslade Manor, a rare example of a Norman manor house in England. In terms of transport, you’ll find Portslade train station on Portland Road which gives you regular and quick access to Brighton city centre.
Take in the Sussex views
On the edge of the Sussex Downs you will find the Foredown Tower Learning and Visitor Centre. Climb the tower and on a clear day you will be able to experience breath taking across the English Channel. There is a gallery space with photography and art exhibitions. This a great stop off point if you’re out and about either walking or cycling.
Whistle stop tour
Experience Brighton in an enjoyable but efficient way with a ‘City Sightseeing’ Brighton Hop on and off tour. This is a great way to see this fantastic, vibrant city and make sure you include the Brighton Palace Pier on your route. Stop off at the Old Steine Gardens and the Brighton Marina to take in the harbour atmosphere.