Attraction in Brighton
What makes Brighton seafront such an amazing location for holidays and weekend breaks? Is it the vibrancy and energy of the town centre just minutes away, the choice of Brighton hotels or bed and breakfasts in Brighton or the tranquillity and peace that can be found on a sunny evening? Brighton is one of those unique places that manages to be all things to all people, with the Brighton seafront being a focus for many activities.
If you like the seaside then you'll love to be on the Brighton beachfront. From sport on the artificial sands of the Nivea Sun Yellowave beach to the first public electric railway, there's something for everyone. Play petanque, sail past Brighton's regal architecture or windsurf in the Hove lagoons. Find inspiration in the artists' quarter – with twenty or more workshops on the beachfront. For more Brighton information visit www.visitbrighton.co.uk.
The remaining Brighton Pier is handily situated across the road from the New Madeira, take a stroll, eat fish & chips and enjoy the many other attractions it has to offer.www.brightonpier.com
Offers a fun and educational day out whatever the weather.www.sealife.com
See west end productions at this two hundred year old historic venue.
This area is based around the 15th century seafront fishing village of Brighthelmstone (as Brighton was called) and today is a smart shopping area with a coffee bar and restaurant on every corner. Click here www.visitbrighton.com/home/shopping/default.asp for further details.
The Royal Pavilion
George, Prince of Wales (later Prince Regent and George IV) first visited Brighton in 1783 for the medicinal properties of the seafront and sea water. He converted a modest seaside farmhouse into a neo-classical Marine Pavilion now a breathtaking palace. Take a look for yourself at www.royalpavilion.org.uk
One mile east of Brighton is Britain's largest marina. Brighton Marina combines the seaside atmosphere of a fishing village with the bustle of a modern shopping centre. The Village Square, with its shops, waterside restaurants, cafes and bars, is car-free and hild-friendly, fishing and sightseeing boats leave the quayside regularly and there is a cinema and bowling alley. For more information visit www.brightonmarina.co.uk