The UK's biggest marina incorporates harbour-side bars, cafes and restaurants including the Brighton Pagoda , Bowlplex , ... More
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 regular weekend events here throughout the summer, including French markets, craft fairs and street theatre. The Brighton Marina is home to many impressive and expensive yachts. The Undercliff Path begins here, which takes you along the bottom of the chalk cliffs to Saltdean .
Recently, in a deal with the local council to lower their business rates, the marina management has submitted details of medium and long stay beth holders to the council. If you plan to stay for any length of time in Brighton Marina, (even on a temporary mooring!), be prepared for the marina management to hand over your personal details to the council for council tax billing.
The Marina has recently become a thriving place. There are some fantastic restaurants and pubs and lots of outlet shops.
There is lots of free parking - although as the place gets more popular, it is getting harder to find spaces.
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A walkway at the foot of the cliffs, starting at Brighton Marina and finishing at Saltdean, on the eastern edge
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