Brighton Beach, Brighton

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Only an hour's train ride from London, Brighton Beach has been a popular attraction since the early 20th century. Stroll the promenade and choose from a selection of restaurants, amusement arcades, nightclubs, and bars. Relax on the shingle beach at high tide or on the soft sands that emerge at low tide. Avoid getting wet by using the Monarch's Way footpath, which runs along the seafront above the beach. By using our Brighton and Hove itinerary planner, you can arrange your visit to Brighton Beach and other attractions in Brighton and Hove.
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  • A nice clean beach, it’s not comparable to the normal beaches we visit regularly in Devon and Cornwall but it does have a certain charm with the pier even on a cold windy day.  more »
  • We walked the beach in sun, rain and wind. Dress for the weather, admire the waves, do some beach combing. Relax and enjoy the blustery wind and breathe in that sea air!  more »
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