Sussex by the Sea
A unique blend of traditional seaside fun, rural tranquillity and centuries of heritage, the three towns and delightful villages of Sussex by the Sea have something to offer everyone, whether you’re planning a holiday, short break or day trip.
With over 14 miles of beautiful coastline, Sussex by the Sea embraces the lively seaside resorts of Bognor Regis and Littlehampton . Both resorts hold the 2005 European Blue Flag & Seaside awards proving them both worthy of their succession of prestigious awards for cleanliness and safe swimming.
Both resorts offer an extensive choice of facilities, water sports and quality town centre facilities, shops , places to eat and welcoming pubs ...as well as activities and attractions for all the family to enjoy.
If you want to get away from it all we also have the quieter beaches where you can enjoy exploring rock pools or remote sand dunes abounding with wildlife.
The South Downs designated an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, form a tranquil backcloth to Sussex-by-the-Sea. The most prominent feature in between the villages and heritage sites which dot the landscape is the truly imposing Arundel Castle , the ancestral home of the Dukes of Norfolk. This small town is worth a full day to explore...the castle itself of course, as well as 1,000 acres of lake and parkland, and an enchanting town with specialist shops and picturesque tearooms around the next corner.
Sussex-by-the-Sea is dotted with attractions to explore, including Arundel Wildfowl & Wetlands Centre , Butlins and the Look & Sea! Visitor Centre .
Accommodation throughout the area offers an excellent choice of places to stay to match your pocket and suit your preferences.
If you are looking for all the best qualities of a holiday in Britain, there is no doubt that Sussex by the Sea will exceed all your family expectations!
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For more information contact:
South East Tourism - 0871 572 2475
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