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Eastbourne has a number of tourist attractions both in the town and slightly further a field. Waterfront self catering accommodation is ideally positioned to take advantage of the many activities available.

There are all the usual water based activities like rowing, sailing and swimming. There are numerous walks including the amazing Beachy Head and South Downs!
Hastings is only a short drive away and has been attracting visitors since 1066!
Rye is a beautiful old town with its cobbled streets and quirky shops - well worth a visit! Nearby Camber Sands offers miles of sandy beaches which makes a change from the shingles!        
There are a lot of places to visit in this area, many castles and gardens! Below are a few suggestions; 


Grand Parade, Eastbourne, East Sussex
Tel: 01323 410611 
1930's Bandstand which hosts concerts from military to rock n roll throughout the year from May to September (plus Easter, Xmas Day & Boxing Day).

Beachy Head & the South Downs

Tel: 01323 415273 
Beachy Head is the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain. At 530 feet high, the majestic cliffs provide magnificent views

Carpet Gardens

Seafront, Eastbourne
Tel: 01323 641984 
Between the Bandstand & the Pier, the famous Carpet Gardens are the centrepiece of Eastbourne's Promenade with vibrant floral displays & fountains

Congress Theatre

Compton Street, Eastbourne, East Sussex
Tel: 01323 412 000 
The Congress Theatre in Carlisle Road is a purpose built theatre and conference venue with a seating capacity of 1689. The largest theatre on the South Coast, the Congress attracts the biggest and best West End shows.

Cuckmere Haven

Seven Sisters Country Park, Exceat, Seaford, East Sussex
Tel: 01323 870280 
The old meanders of the Cuckmere River running through Cuckmere Haven are recognised and admired by people throughout the world

Devonshire Park

College Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex
Tel: 01323 415442 
Eastbourne’s oldest park probably dating from around 1873 or 1874 when the Devonshire Park Company was set up.

Devonshire Park Theatre

Compton Street, Eastbourne, East Sussex
Tel: 01323 412 000 
The Devonshire Park Theatre is a Grade II listed building designed by Henry Currey, built in 1884 and further improved by celebrated Theatre Architect Frank Matcham in 1903. The theatre has a seating capacity of 936.

Dotto Trains

C/o Eastbourne Buses, Eastbourne Promenade
Tel: 01323 416416 
The Eastbourne Dotto Trains operate a regular service along the full length of the seafront. Travel in style whatever the weather.

Drusillas Park

Alfriston, East Sussex
Tel: 01323 874100 
Where else can you get nose to nose with nature and have the most memorable fun-finding-out-day-out you can imagine?

Gildredge Park & Manor Gardens

Old Town, Eastbourne
Tel: 01323 410000 
Gildredge Park has a large field for informal sports and recreation & the adjoining Manor Gardens forms a quiter area

Hampden Park

Hampden Park, Eastbourne
Tel: 01323 410000 
Hampden Park has a large lake, shady lawns and extensive area of semi-natural woodland. Other facilities include sports facilities & playground

Helen Gardens

Western Seafront, Eastbourne, East Sussex
Tel: 01323 641984 
Helen Gardens situated on top of the cliffs over looking the sea. 18 Hole Putting Course, Petanque, Bowls, Childrens Play Ground, Picnic area, etc.

Italian Gardens

King Edwards Parade, Eastbourne
Tel: 01323 641984 
These unusual and secluded lawned Gardens sit in a wooded amphitheatre carved out of the cliff face just yards from Holywell beach

Motcombe Gardens

Old Town, Eastbourne
Tel: 01323 410000 
A compact garden with a pond that is the source of the Bourne Stream from which Eastbourne derives its name.

Pevensey Bay Beach

Pevensey Bay, East Sussex
Tel: 01323 443322 
The shingle shore is a pleasant rural beach which has been a fisherman's paradise for centuries, and is still used by local fisherman to date

Princes Park

Eastern Seafront, Eastbourne, East Sussex
Tel: 01323 
Picturesque Park situated on the eastern end of the seafront. Variety of leisure facilities available. Rose garden and picnic area. Refreshments.

Seven Sisters Country Park

Seven Sisters Country Park, Exceat, Seaford, East Sussex
Tel: 01323 870280 
Seven Sisters Country Park comprises of nearly 700 acres of land. The Park is named after the famous Seven Sisters chalk cliffs

Shinewater Park

Shinewater, Eastbourne
Tel: 01323 410000 
Sports facilities are set on the eastern side of lakes and landscaping that have the character of a country park including distant views of the Downs


Tourist Information, Cornfield Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex
Tel: 09067 112212 
Alfriston is a beautiful old Sussex village which lies in the Cuckmere valley in East Sussex. Alfriston has a range of shops mainly specialising in gifts, there are also restaurants.