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Brighton Marina

Brighton is a diverse, seaside city with an urban feel.

It is rich in music, culture and culinary offerings – and the marina is no different.

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Brighton Marina

Facilities

Brighton Marina is a thriving hub of activity – from beauty salons and fashion outlets to an array of cafés, restaurants and bars. The friendly yacht club is also open to visitors and residents for water sports and diving.

History

Opened to the public in 1978, the marina spans a whopping 127 acres! Despite the land originally being sold for just £50,000, the marina’s value soared before Brunswick Developments purchased the space for £9m in 1996.

Things to do within 10 minutes

Brighton has something for everyone within walking distance of the marina. Get a bird’s eye view of the city from the British Airways i360, relive Regency splendour at the Royal Pavilion or discover the city’s maritime heritage at Brighton Fishing Museum.

For families and the young at heart, there’s Brighton Palace Pier, Jungle Rumble Adventure Golf and the watery wonders of Sea Life.

Get lost window shopping in The Lanes, or while away time people spotting in one of the city’s many cafes and restaurants.

For evening entertainment, choose from the Theatre Royal, The Brighton Centre or the diverse array of pubs, bars and clubs.

Things to do within 30 minutes

A little further afield you’ll find the perfect spot for a relaxing walk and some fresh air in Queens Park or in the South Downs National Park, stretching all the way to Eastbourne in the East and Winchester in the West.

If sport is your thing, Brighton & Hove Albion FC and Sussex CCC all play their home games within a 20-minute drive.

 

A little further afield you’ll find the perfect spot for a relaxing walk and some fresh air in Queens Park or in the South Downs National Park, stretching all the way to Eastbourne in the East and Winchester in the West. If sport is your thing, Brighton & Hove Albion FC and Sussex CCC all play their home games within a 20-minute drive.

Things to do within 60 minutes

There’s any number of National Trust properties to enjoy within a short jaunt, including Bateman’s, once owned by Rudyard Kipling.

Heading west, you can take in the rich history of West Sussex’s only city, Chichester.

To the east, there’s family fun at Drusilla’s Park zoo, and beautiful coastal walks to enjoy, including Cuckmere Haven, Birling Gap and The Seven Sisters.

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