Brighton Beach

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  • Brighton beach is a long pebble beach attached to a vibrant town on the south coast under an hour’s journey from London. Although not one of the prettiest beaches in the UK it boast an excellent location within Brighton and Hove.

    As one of the best entertainment stretches in the UK you have plenty to do in the day and also at night with pier, seaside arcades, funfairs and the classic Regency architecture of Brighton itself.

    The historic seafront Volks Electric Railway runs all the way to Brighton Marina from Brighton Pier regularly during the Summer season.

    If you include Brighton and Hove Beach you have nearly 11km of seafront.

    Facilities are wide ranged as would expect: toilets, cafe, restaurants and bars, Brighton Pier, promenade, seaside arcades, funfair, electric railway, entertainment, beach volleyball.

    We have no dog information for Brighton beach.


  • Tide Times & Heights for Brighton Marina on 24th February 2017

    03:49 - Low Tide (1.47m)
    09:35 - High Tide (5.74m)
    16:08 - Low Tide (1.21m)
    22:02 - High Tide (5.91m)

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  • 1 Review on “Brighton Beach”

    1. Profile photo of AnonymousAnonymous Brighton Beach
      Overall Rating:
      4

      Brighton is not just a beach.
      If you want traditional seaside town with pier but also trendy bars and shops then Brighton is a good visit. One downside is the pebble beach.

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