Coach Holidays to Eastbourne
Eastbourne is one of Britain’s more elegant resorts. Its most iconic feature is Beachy head, Britain’s highest sea cliff. It is a stunning location where you can enjoy a picnic whilst soaking in the breath-taking views of the sea and white cliffs. Additonally, another must see along the chalk coast is the Birling Gap and the Seven Sisters, which is a National Trust site. Watch the dazzling blue sea sway against the white cliffs. Discover the shy sea creatures in the rock pools or even stop for a refreshing cup of tea with scones at the café. This South Coast resort is just picture perfect. Consequently making it is a popular choice among holiday makers who enjoy relaxing coach holidays to Eastbourne.
Things To Do In Eastbourne
Eastbourne has an excellent sunshine record, always coming around the top of the sunshine league. Take a relaxing stroll down the spacious promenade; located by the pier you will find the world-famous carpet and seafront gardens. Eastbourne has clean, inviting beaches predominantly of shingle leading to sand at low tide and offering excellent bathing. For the young and young at heart, there are plenty of attractions and fun things to do from theme parks and zoos to water and amusement parks. Take a step back in time and discover more about the area’s history by visiting the medieval castles, museums and art galleries. With first class shops, cinemas, museums, shows, concerts and dancing in the Winter Gardens – there is plenty to keep you entertained!
There is also a large variety of sporting facilities, whether you want to play or spectate, such as boating, bowls, putting and walking on the South Downs. Also, Eastbourne is home to many exciting events. The Air Balloon Festival being a favourite, which takes place in July. Not forgetting the award-winning International Air Show in August. Finally, there is a host of music events launched throughout the year at the seaside bandstand and a monthly farmers market which is well worth a visit!
This beautiful town has so much to offer, you really are spoilt for choice.
Rye & Hastings
Rye is an archetypal medieval town, entered through a powerful stone gateway. The narrow streets, many of them cobbled, rise to a fine old church. Many of the houses on Mermaid Street have interconnecting attics through which smugglers could avoid the excise men. Rye also features a selection of independent boutique shops selling antiques, curios and unique items of furniture. Hastings has undergone extensive regeneration in recent years, the centrepiece of which is the new £15m pier. Attractions include the Shipwreck Museum, Castle and Jerwood Gallery. The Old Town features an array of delightful independent shops and a cliff railway. Hastings also has a miniature steam railway (seasonal variations to opening) which has been open since 1948!
Described by Lord Conway as ‘The Loveliest Castle in the World’, Leeds Castle (entry included in tour cost) is listed in the Domesday Book. Originally a Saxon fortress built in AD 857, it was rebuilt in stone by the Normans and later converted to a Royal Palace by Henry VIII. In addition to the Castle, visitors can enjoy the grounds including the maze and grotto, Dog Collar Museum, aviary and two gift shops.
Battle Abbey & Rye
The atmospheric Battle Abbey ruins dominate the small town where William conquered Harold. Entrance to the recently refurbished museum and visitor centre are also included in the tour cost. Stand on the very spot where King Harold is said to have died! Rye is an archetypal medieval town, entered through a powerful stone gateway. The narrow streets, many of them cobbled, rise to a fine old church. Many of the houses on Mermaid Street have interconnecting attics through which smugglers could avoid the excise men. Rye also features a selection of independent boutique shops selling antiques, curios and unique items of furniture.
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