Brighton attractions and things to do
OK, so it’s not very sandy. But it’s long, lively and loads of fun.
This is unbeatable for thrills, spills and old-fashioned fairground fun.
Feast your eyes on chandeliers and chinoiserie in this sumptuous Regency palace.
Cutting-edge street art and one-of-a-kind shops make this Brighton’s most characterful quarter.
This is a lucky dip of ancient alleyways with some great little shops and cafés.
Cycling along Brighton seafront
This is one of the very best ways to enjoy all that healthy Brighton sea air.
Regency terraces provide an elegant backdrop to this civilised stretch of seafront.
Raffish, colourful and fun, this district feels like an overgrown seaside village.
The South Downs
Britain’s newest national park is a wonderful retreat for walkers, riders and mountain bikers.
Another Brighton first - this is the UK’s only all-year beach sports venue, with a great café.