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The iconic Brighton seafront, if you like a lovely stroll, a few drinks in the sun, rides on the pier, shopping on the sefronts amazing quirky shops or fish and chips. It's safe to say it has all the things a seaside resort offers.
Vast, pebbled Brighton Beach, where locals, holidaymakers, and day-trippers swim, sunbathe, and picnic, has a promenade lined with beach huts and lively eateries. Families head to rides and amusements on 200-year-old Brighton Palace Pier, and to see sharks and seahorses at the Sea Life Brighton…
Brighton Beach is full of joyful people desting for a cold ice cream on a boiling summer's day. A perfect place for children to let loose and have a dip in the refreshing ocean.
Not a lot to add, really, it's a beach. Innumerable beach bars, shops, performers, and the pier, which houses loads of excellent rides and amusements.
“Lovely value for money Italian restaurant and we can recommend the waffles for pudding!”
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“Walk from the Town Hall down Grange Rd to the seafront. Flat, wide walkway and lovely deep beach at low tide. ”
“Foodolic it is a free buffet restaurant. Really cheap 6.95 per person, fantastic fresh vegetables.”
“A English Heritage sight. A ruined castle with a moat. Catch bus 99 from Eastbourne Town Centre alighting at Pevensey. Well worth an hour of your time. A free audio visual tape is included in the price. If you go down to the dungeon be warned it's wet normally there is a pool of water waiting for you !. Good views from the ramparts.”