Brighton, England, UK: Off The Beaten Track

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Off The Beaten Track

There really are so many popular world-class attractions in Brighton, that many additional landmarks and “must-sees” rarely get a mention.

Hence, some of these have been included in our “off the beaten track":


Town, Postcode, Attraction...
Devils Dyke

Devils DykeA beautiful destination, and a stones throw from the Brighton town centre, Devils Dyke offers a great opportunity to stroll, picnic and take in some spectacular views. It’s easy to get there  - just hop onto an open top bus and enjoy the scenic drive en route.

Location of Devils DykeYou can get the bus from the seafront, Brighton station, seven dials, or at any stop along Dyke road.

Devils Dyke gives some lovely walking amongst the rolling Downlands

 

The Marina

Brighton MarinaThe Marina is a lovely scene. You can stroll along the waterside, watch fishermen and sail boats float to and fro from the marina and enjoy some wonderful views at the same time.

The Marina is the largest in the UK, with over 1,600 berths.

Lewes

Morris Dancing in LewesVery close to Brighton is the tiny little riverside town of Lewes. It’s barely 15 minutes by train, and yet boasts a cute collection of pleasant restaurants, nice views and plenty of opportunity for walkers to enjoy spectacular countryside views (with more than a couple of decent treks).

Lewes is well-known for its "Morris Dancing", a traditional English dance form.

   

 
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