Eastbourne Beach

Address:
Lower, King Edward's Parade, Eastbourne BN21 4BX, United Kingdom
Total area:
3+ miles
  • Visitors per year:
    4.9 million
About The Venue

Eastbourne Beach is a long expanse of shingle beaches over 3 miles long. It can be found on the south coast of England, where the city of Eastbourne is. It is a highly popular tourist and business trip destination with an estimated 4,9 million visitors coming every year. Among the reasons why the venue is frequently visited is the various events held throughout the year at the location. Among the noteworthy business ones is the Airbourne – Eastbourne International Air show.  Other examples include the Seafront Market, the Eastbourne Beer Festival, and others.

Eastbourne Beach is a venue consisting of several smaller beaches. These include the Main Resort which extends from the Wish Tower to the Pier, the Holywell Conservation Area, and others. The venue includes within its various area stunning cliffs, rock pools at low tide, historical buildings and other. The location has been inhabited since prehistoric times; however, it became a resort in the late Victorian Era. The venue can be reached from several main transportation hubs. These include Gatwick Airport and Heathrow Central Bus Station.

How to get to Eastbourne Beach
On foot

Gatwick Airport – not advisable

Heathrow Central Bus Station – not advisable

By Car

Gatwick Airport – Via A23, 1h7mins

Heathrow Central Bus Station – Via M25, 1h50mins

By public transport

Gatwick Airport – Via Southern Railway line, 1h12mins

Heathrow Central Bus Station – not advisable due to too many transport transfers

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