Tour

Arundel Castle

Arundel began as a Saxon village. The original castle was founded on Christmas day 1067 by Roger de Montgomery, Earl ...
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Beachy Head

Beachy Head is a dramatic and beautiful chalk headland on the south coast of England. Its summit extends 535 feet ...
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Bembridge

The area, containing Yaverland and Bembridge, was for much of its history an island, cut off from the Wight mainland ...
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Bognor Regis

Bognor Regis began as a Saxon village. For centuries Bognor remained just a hamlet. The inhabitants made a living from ...
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Brighton

Brighton was originally a small village which grew rapidly when sea cures were first recommended by doctors in the mid ...
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Chichester Harbour

One of the few remaining undeveloped coastal areas in Southern England. Bright wide expanses and intricate creeks are at the ...
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Hayling Island

At the time of the Domesday Book (1086) Hayling Island probably had a population of around 300. The Domesday Book ...
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Hove

Wide boulevards, Regency buildings, beautiful lawns and promenades. In 1820’s The first housing development in Hove was Brunswick Estate. Its Regency ...
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Lancing

Lancing has a long history dating back to the Stone Age. During the Bronze Age (1500 to 500 BC) a ...
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Lighthouse – Beachy Head

Circa 1691 petitions for a lighthouse were made due to the number of shipwrecks and sailors losing their lives at ...
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Littlehampton

Littlehampton is steeped in history.  Its origins date back to Roman Times, when it was known as Hampton.  It wasn’t ...
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Marina

With sailing boats, boardwalk and the latest in waterfront leisure and shopping, Brighton Marina is the largest marina destination in ...
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New Haven

A once busy port on the cross-Channel route to Dieppe, with services much reduced now. Fort Newhaven, one of Palmerston's ...
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Palace Pier

In 1899 the third of Brighton's piers was opened to the public by the Brighton Marine Palace and Pier Company. ...
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Peace Haven

A cliff-top settlement of bungalows built after World War 1, which was to have been called Anzac-on-Sea. A monument to ...
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Portsmouth

The first reference to Portsmouth as a naval station was made in 286 A.D, when a sea captain named Carausius, ...
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Ryde

Ryde is on the north east coast of the Isle of Wight, opposite Portsmouth Harbour, and is often referred to ...
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Seaford

Between Brighton and Eastbourne. A quiet seaside resort, with a rich history for this was a Norman Channel seaport Seaford ...
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Seven Sisters

Seven Chalk Cliffs that run east from Seaford towards Eastbourne. This is a disappearing wonder, every single year the Seven ...
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Ship Wrecks

In and around Alum Bay there are some twenty named wrecks. Probably the best known is the 'Campen'. She was ...
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Shoreham

The nearest town to the airport is Shoreham which enjoys a unique location, bordered on the north by the South ...
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Sussex Race course

Set high on the Sussex Downs, with stunning views over Brighton and Hove and the English Channel, Brighton Racecourse has, ...
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West Pier

The West Pier as it is today: a burnt out wreck. Its cast-iron screw piles which form its support are ...
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Worthing

Worthing has grown to be the largest town in West .By the New Stone Age, some 5,500 years ago, it ...
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