Campsite east sussex coast

A slightly less energetic way to see the Sussex countryside without having to make too much effort is to take a steam train along the 11 mile Bluebell Railway, for a return to the heyday of rail travel.

Afterwards, squeeze in space for an afternoon tea on the dining train.

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Few can match the majestic splendour of beaches in Sussex, which showcase the very best of Britain’s magnificent shoreline.

Characterised by a vast expanse of huge sweeping sands gazing out across the English Channel, the county’s coastline is an exquisite place in which to enjoy a remarkable beach camping holiday.

Whether you want to chill out on the beach, get active in the countryside, explore one of the region's many castles or take in a local pub gig, Sussex will not disappoint.

Sussex has many lovely villages, a stunning coastline and beautiful countryside.

The most famous of these are the Seven Sisters Country Park with its cliffside beach trail and the unforgettable views from the chalk cliffs of Beachy Head near Eastbourne.

Only birds better know the feeling of freedom you’ll find at these heights.

Woods Mill Nature Reserve in Henfield is another great place to get outside and explore the woodland and wetland with a keen eye open for local wildlife.

Then, once your stomach starts rumbling, Tilgate Park is perfect for strolls and picnics.

Immerse yourself in the incredible surroundings and scenery of the Sussex coast, basking in the unbelievable beauty of show stopping sunsets and brilliant blue skies at the height of summer.

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