When you stay at Pebble Beach on Eastbourne seafront, there is always something to do.

  • Walk to promenade. From our front door you can turn left to the Harbour or right towards the Pier, Bandstand and Town Centre.
  • Take a stroll on the Victorian Pier with its shops, Tearoom, Pub and of course Amusements. You can even hire a rod at the end of the Pier if you fancy catching your own lunch.
  • Ride the Dotto Train. Hop on the Dotto for a ride along the seafront between the Harbour and Holywell. Buy a day pass and you can hop on and off as much as you wish.
  • Walk along the South Downs Way to Beachy Head, Birling Gap or the Seven Sisters. A two mile stroll along the Promenade and a further mile along the South Downs Way will see you looking over the edge of Beachy Head at the Lighthouse below.
  • Open top bus rides travel along the seafront and up to Beachy Head.
  • Shop in the Town centre or at the Harbour, where you can stop for a bite to eat and watch the boats.
  • Take a windsurfing or sailing lesson at Eastbourne Water Sports.
  • Visit one of the Theatres, Cinemas or our new Art Gallery.
  • Eastbourne also has many Golf clubs and other sporting facilities.
  • Take a day trip to Brighton on the train (30 minutes) or by bus (70 minutes) from the Pier.
  • Visit London for the day. 1 hour 30 minutes on the direct train will see you in the capital.
  • When that’s all done…. Why not just sit on the Beach and eat some Fish and Chips.

Theatres

Cinemas

Unique to Eastbourne

  • Hire one of the UK’s only quadricycle bikes and ride along the seafront
  • Ageon International Tennis – at Devonshire Park Lawn Tennis Club
  • Eastbourne Extreme – One of the UK’s largest extreme sports festivals in July
  • Airbourne – Four day FREE air show on the seafront in August
  • Beer Festival – Every October in the Winter Garden hosting over 150 real cast ales, including cider, wine and international bottled beers
  • Bandstand – Situated on Grand Parade, hosts all kinds of concerts running from June til September
  • Beachy Head Marathon – one of the biggest off-road marathons in the UK. Formerly known as the Seven Sisters Marathon, it is popular for its scenic and challenging route through the South Downs countryside.

Go to visiteastbourne.com for more information

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