Head along the coast road, through the towns of Seaford and Rottingdean, to the resort of Brighton. Also known as ‘Doctor Brighton’ and ‘London by the Sea’, the unique blend of outrageous architecture and quaint streets has made Brighton England’s most fashionable resort for over 200 years. Wander ‘The Lanes’, the oldest quarter, lined with 17th century fishermen’s cottages.
The town of Battle is the site of the Battle of Hastings, the most famous battle in English history and is internationally known as part of 1066 Country. The beautiful town is built around the abbey which was erected on the site of the battle of 1066. To celebrate his victory, William built the imposing Battle where you can still see the very spot King Harold fell. Today, Battle is a thriving market town featuring Georgian and medieval cottages amongst a host of interesting shops, restaurants, historic pubs and tea-rooms.
Apart from being a pretty seaside town, Bexhill-on-Sea is also the birthplace of British Motor Racing, the home of the De La Warr Pavilion, where Bob Marley performed his frist-ever UK gig as a support act to Johnny Cash back in the day and the location for a Guinness World Record breaker for the largest Charleston dance. Bexhill-on-Sea is a tranquil, seaside town located at the very heart of the district of Rother and a great place to visit.