Brighton has always been a popular holiday destination, even King George IV spent a lot of time in the town on holiday. Today Brighton is a modern seaside resort and is a great place to explore for you and your family. Brighton is close to Camber Sands Holiday Park.
British Airways i360 - gently ride up 138 meters and experience a 360-degree view of Brighton, the South Downs and, on the clearest days, all the way to the Isle of Wight. the futuristic glass viewing pod allows you unrestricted views. Enjoy the Nyetimber Sky Bar or enjoy the three outside spaces where guests can enjoy distance dining and drinking: West Beach Bar & Kitchen, West Beach Cafe, and beach huts for street food takeaway.
Brighton Beach - is a long pebbly beach and is safe for shallow family swimming. Plenty of room on the beach to play ball games. Immediate vicinity amenities include accessible toilets.
Brighton Palace Pier - opened in 1899, today the pier is open to the public and has a fun fair including haunted house ride, a traditional carousel and a cup-and-saucer ride. The Booster is a swing ride that catapults people 130 feet (40 m) into the air, turning upside down in the process. You will also find a restaurant and cafe on the pier.
Undercliff Walk - sheltered Seaview for miles and miles, from Brighton Marina to Saltdean stopping off in Rottingdean. Plenty of bins and toilet opportunities and refreshments.
Devil's Dyke National Trust - just five miles north of Brighton the South Downs Devil’s Dyke is a stunning beauty spot with panoramic views. Dyke valley is the longest, deepest and widest 'dry valley' in the UK.
SEA LIFE Brighton - the World's Oldest Aquarium built in 1869 opened in 1872. Come and see Colourful clownfish, magical seahorse or captivating jellyfish, in fact over 5,000 specimens on view. The seawater tanks are fed from a large tank under the building which in turn, is fed from the nearby sea twice a day.