The lagoon itself is a shallow windsurfing lake, suitable for beginners. There is also the Hove Lagoon Watersports centre ... More
The lagoon itself is a shallow windsurfing lake, suitable for beginners. There is also the Hove Lagoon Watersports centre which runs courses in sailing and windsurfing, operates powerboat and inflatable banana rides and various group and corporate events. When you reach a higher standard you can have a try on the sea behind the Lagoon. There is a smaller boating lake with rowing boats hired by the half hour from the cafe next door and a large children's play area, paddling pool and putting green. Further along the seafront are public tennis courts.
A walkway at the foot of the cliffs, starting at Brighton Marina and finishing at Saltdean, on the eastern edge
of the city. The path opened as far as Rottingdean in 1933 and was extended to Saltdean two years ...
Walk westwards along the seafront from Brighton and before you realize it you will be in Hove. Although often incorporated
into Brighton, Hove insists on maintaining an identity and status of its own. Once a notorious smuggling village, Hove ...
The UK's biggest marina incorporates harbour side bars, cafes and restaurants including the Brighton Pagoda , Bowlplex , a 26
lane bowling alley, UGC Cinema with eight screens, an Asda hypermarket, factory outlet shopping and boat trips. There are ...