If the summer heat inspires you to get outside and get active, then Brighton is the place to be! Brighton was one of the most popular coastal staycation destinations last summer, with 52% Brits opting for a seaside trip! Brighton has a vast range of activities and experiences to choose from, from beach and water sports to cycling and hiking routes to modern culture and exotic architecture, there’s something for everyone!
British Airways i360
The iconic Brighton attraction British Airways i360 is a must-see. The 450-foot sea and city panoramas from the renowned pod are a must-see for any visitor to Brighton. With BA i360, you can experience 360* views of Brighton, the South Downs, and the gorgeous coastline while gently gliding up to 450 feet in the roomy glass viewing pod. Many of Brighton’s landmarks, artwork on rooftops, windfarms, and the broad stretch of shoreline stretching from the Seven Sisters cliffs to the Isle of Wight can all be seen.
Luna Beach Cinema
During the summer, the Luna Beach Cinema, the UK’s most exciting open-air cinema experience heads down to Brighton Beach for a month-long residency. There are screenings to satisfy every taste, including everything from the year’s biggest hits! It’s the ideal location for the whole family to watch a movie on the big screen this summer, with excellent hot food and a complete bar on site, as well as the option to rent a luxury deck chair or even a VIP beach house for a screening.
Brighton Palace Pier
The biggest attraction in the South East. From rides, great food, live entertainment, superhero days, firework displays and music festivals, with so much going on at Brighton Pier, there’s plenty of reasons to come visit!
Windsurfing, wakeboarding, sailing, kayaking, and stand-up paddle boarding lessons and rentals are available at Hove Lagoon Watersports, one of the country’s best water sports centres.
Adults, children, and groups with no prior experience can participate in activities. They provide comprehensive instruction as well as all specialised equipment, including wetsuits. The Lagoon’s safe sheltered waters and the sea are used for activities. There are many different ways to get on the water and learn a new water sport at Hove Lagoon Watersports!
The artsy neighbourhood of Brighton, with its independent shops, restaurants, and traditional pubs. Much of Brighton radiates personality and charm, but The Lanes are unquestionably at the forefront. Wonderful independent cafés, record stores, vintage emporiums, booksellers, and creative spaces line these little alleys.