This seaside resort on the south coast of England attracts day-trippers from all over. Home to Brighton Palace Pier, that pushes out into the sea for half a kilometer and has fairground rides, traditional games, two arcades and a giant soft play area. Definitely a must-see.
Famous for its nightlife and 7 miles of sandy beach. Southend can guarantee an action packed stay; however, there is no reason not to spend the days lazing on the beach and dancing the night away.
Another 7 miles of sandy beaches, Bournemouth has a different vibe to Southend, with a more relaxed pace. Close by are the natural harbours of Christchurch and Poole, with the famous yachting town of Lymington just a few miles along the coast.
Best known for the Blue Flag award sandy beach and the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway; It's 1 of 4 stops for the steam railway. The railway offers a great way to see the local countryside and there's even an amusement park.
A quieter choice than Brighton or Hastings and an interesting location for those interested in history. But the luxury & the yachts of the Sovereign Harbour offer a draw to those interested in people watching and contemporary style.
Lymington is a picturesque ancient seaport, where the New Forest meets the sea. It's is all about the sailing, water sports & boutique shopping. There are plenty of restaurants, cafes & pubs, with a regular ferry crossing to the Isle of White.
Margate is THE seaside town you have to visit. It offers sandy beaches, seaside attractions, typical seaside town facilities & much more. Somehow the old seaside charm of candy floss and arcades sits brilliantly alongside 21st century living.
Best known for its cobbled lanes & crooked half timbered houses. Rye is situated between rolling hills & the English Channel. It's not a typical seaside town, situated a little inland with far reaching views over the harbour, nature reserve & out to sea over Camber Sands,
Whitstable is known for its pastel shaded beach huts and pastel painted shops. Loved for its maritime history and famous harbour market, it's a popular day trip location from London and other parts of Kent. Whitstable has charm, lots of it.
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