East Sussex
Eastbourne
Eastbourne The Essential
Sheltered by the South Downs, Eastbourne enjoys a particularly sunny climate. Sited 1.6km inland, it was originally an unassuming little farming village, but became the most elegant seaside resort in England thanks to William Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire (1808-1891). Eastbourne offers a model Victorian townscape, attracting and charming countless visitors with its majestic hotels and picturesque villas on tree-lined avenues.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Eastbourne
Beachy Head
Beachy Head
A sunny day is the best time to savour
240 minutes
Eastbourne Sea Front
Eastbourne Sea Front
The long promenade is backed by well
60 minutes
Heritage Centre
Heritage Centre
The displays in a quaint little tower
60 minutes