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Situated a couple of miles inland, the Cinque Port of Rye boasts lovely old buildings including the famous 850 year old Mermaid Inn. There are views over the marshes towards the sea.
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Where the South Downs meet the sea, the high chalk cliffs dominate much of the East Sussex coastline. The Seven Sisters run west from Beachy Head, the highest sea cliff in Britain at 530 feet, located just south of Eastbourne, to Brighton.
In the east of the county lies Rye, a former port, with its 15th century Mermaid Inn a reminder of the days when this marshy coast was a smuggler’s paradise. Just along the coast is Hastings, a fishing port without a harbour - the fishing vessels are hauled up the beach between trips. The Battle of Hastings, fought just inland on Senlac Hill on 14th October 1066, was the last time that Britain was successfully invaded. Further west is Bexhill, which boasts the newly restored De La Warr Pavilion on its seafront, a magnificent Art Deco building used now for numerous artistic and cultural events.
At the heart of the Sussex coast is the metropolitan resort of Brighton, a major conference and holiday destination. The Royal Pavilion with its domes and minarets is close to The Lanes, a network of narrow streets lined with antique and curio shops. The pebble beach now boasts a large marina, as well as its famous pier. The seafront is the heart of the resort, and hosts events such as the Veteran Car Run, open only to cars built before 1904.
Further west are the resorts of Worthing, Littlehampton, Bognor Regis, Selsey and Wittering. Chichester Harbour is a yachting mecca – a large natural harbour or ria with numerous inlets leading to pretty villages.

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Situated a couple of miles inland, the Cinque Port of Rye boasts lovely old buildings including the famous 850 year old Mermaid Inn. There are views over the marshes towards the sea.
A bustling city, with piers, a marina, long shingle beach, its Victorian Royal Pavilion, the Shambles and plenty of shops, Brighton is a favourite weekend destination.
Airbourne : Eastbourne International Airshow
Airbourne : Eastbourne International Airshow

Peacehaven, Newhaven and Seaford
Peacehaven, Newhaven and Seaford
Backed by high chalk cliffs, Seaford has a wide sand and shingle beach. The port of Newhaven has a ferry link to Normandy, and Peacehaven is a clifftop settlement built after the first world war.
Eastbourne is an all-round resort alongside Beachy Head. It has an imposing pier, lovely gardens, family attractions and amusements, and events are held throughout the year.
The recently-restored De La Warr Pavilion is at the centre of Bexhill. This clifftop arts centre holds numerous events throughout the year.

Hastings has much of interest - the largest beach fishing fleet in the country, a Norman castle, two funicular railways, the art deco Marine Court flats, modelled on an ocean liner, and a modern shopping area.

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