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Exploring Coastal Sussex - close by

The Beach – 50 meters  walk.

There’s sand when the sea heads towards low tide, you can see fishermen lug worming   – Tide Tables  

The Sovereign Tower Lighthouse – On a clear day you can see a small silhouette of the sovereign tower lighthouse from Pevensey Bay beach.

The Sovereign Harbour and Retail Park  2 Miles (3.2Km) heading west

The Sovereign Harbour is the largest composite harbour complex in North Europe, Whether you’re looking to shop, relax, be entertained, eat and drink or simply enjoy a stroll around the marina.

There are many restaurants in Sovereign Harbour including, Simply Italian, The Thai Marina and a Harvester

Harbour Tours A 30 minute boat trip around the beautiful harbour and learn about the history of the marina as well as some quite surprising facts.Trips run daily every 45 minutes from 11.15am. Contact Paul for more information on 07790 077019

Channel Diving operates out of Eastbourne Marina offering Diving Trips,  Fishing Trips, Boat Trips, Mackerel Fishing, from their boat Channel Diver, skippered by Steve Johnson. For more information visit www.channeldiving.com or call either 07970 674799 or the office on 01273 301142.

There is a swimming pool freedom leisure pool at Hailsham approximately 14 Km away.

Treasure Island   3.4 Miles (5.4Km)   Adventure Park can be found on the coastal road leading to Eastbourne.

Pevensey Castle  1.5 Miles  (2.4Km) 

Just a 30 minute walk away…. The site was originally used as a Roman fort. After the Norman Conquest it was given to William the Conqueror’s half-brother who used the Roman walls to construct a castle. It lay uninhabited from the 16th century.

There are also some interesting ghost stories associated with the castle

Eastbourne’s Bandstand  4.4 Miles (7 Km)

This Eastbourne tradition is celebrated every Wednesday evening usually from May until the end of October, consisting of a culmination of concert music which ends triumphantly with the prestigious Tchaikovsky’s 1812 overture accompanied by a spectacular Firework display.  The Fireworks can usually be heard from the Studio.

They also have many different performers and tribute bands throughout the summer.

There are many Eastbourne Theatres  including:

The Devonshire Park Theatre is a Grade II listed Victorian theatre with a seating capacity of 936.  The theatre was designed by Henry Currey and was built in 1884. In 1903 it was further improved by celebrated theatre architect Frank Matcham. It is one of the best examples of small Victorian Theatre in the country.

Towner Art Gallery  – Eastbourne

Southern Head Fishing   

Excellent locally caught fish, they have fish delivered from further away so have a extensive range including sashimi grade tuna!  At weekends there are usually queues out of the door they are so popular.

Tel 01323 646366  

Tues – Sat 830am till 4pm,  Sun – 830am till 2 pm, Closed on Mondays.

Chilley Farm Shop  2.6 mile

Meat and veg with a little cafe – closed Sundays Tel: 01323 768836

The road to chillies is very narrow road.

Sharnfold Farm Shop  4.6 miles

They sell locally farmed meat and Veg.  Pick your own fruit and veg, it has a children’s play area and also a farm trail (no charge). Closed on Mondays.

 

 

 

There is a bus stop at the end of the road. Plan your journey here.

Pevensey Bay Train Station is just 20 minute walk away see National rail network here

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Activities

Activities There’s always  plenty to do… close by and slightly further afield…….. Kayaking in the Cuckmere River, the River Ouse & much more……….. A fabulous

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The George - Alfriston

Alfriston

Alfriston Home to “The Clergy house”  –  the first National Trust Property  which was bought in 1896. A very picturesque village with olde world pubs,

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Events

Events….. Eastbourne Bandstand – The busiest bandstand on the planet – something happening nearly all year round Arlington Bluebell Walk    April -mid may.. Nature

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Hastings fishermen's huts

Hastings

Hastings & Bexhill Hastings   Hastings is most famous for the battle that took place there in 1066 between King Harold’s English and William the

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Where to eat

Where to Eat…. The Aqua Bar and Grill (fantastic location right on the beach) 10 Minutes walk away – turn left at the beach, walk

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