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Parks und Natur in Brighton

Erstklassige Parks

Park
“Queen's Park is a lovely spot for a walk, with a rock pool and a large pond for Swan spotting. Best to go early mornings or mid-afternoon on weekdays to avoid groups of people. ”
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Park
“If you’re in Brighton and the kids need a distraction, the playground at the Level a walk north of the Pavilion area is also good - again it has fountains. ”
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Park
“Great for a green space very close by, with playground and park cafe. Good walks on the ridge and straight into the downs.”
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Garten
“In Rottingdean village, near the lovely duck pond. These are beautiful gardens; free entry and an almost hidden gem.”
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Playground
“Within walking distance over the Downs from the flat. It has St. Wulfran's Church which is the oldest in the Brighton area. It is set in the heart of the Downs with easy access to the coast.”
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Park
“A massive play area for kids, water features, a brand new skatepark, Velo Café, and space for a picnic (although Preston Park is a few extra minutes' away, and much better for picnicing!)”
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Park
“Lovely park at the end of our road, with quiet areas for picnics, a pond, two play areas and basketball court”
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Park
“Sheepcote Valley is part of the South Downs Way (one of 15 National Trials in England and Wales). You can walk or cycle for miles from here. Breathtaking views of the Sea, Brighton and the Downs.”
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Spielplätze

Playground
“Within walking distance over the Downs from the flat. It has St. Wulfran's Church which is the oldest in the Brighton area. It is set in the heart of the Downs with easy access to the coast.”
  • Von 3 Einheimischen empfohlen

Strände

Beach
“Little London by the sea !!!! Lovely beach . Lots of shops and pubs and clubs under the promenade. Watch the amazing sunsets from the many beach bars . Walk to the west pier , a must see !!!! Watch the starlings do their show in the sky every day approx 16.00. ”
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Wanderweg
“Stretching out from the marina to Rottingdean and beyond, walk along the sea defences below the white cliffs and by the sea. Something very relaxing and special about this walk, but don't go during rough weather.”
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Beach
“Where better to check out than Brighton's famous seafront?! Head along the promenade for some amazing coastal views, great eateries all the way along and quirky things to occupy your time too. ”
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Beach
“Just as sunny as Brighton Beach, but without the millions of tourists. Perfect in the Summer for having a picnic or sipping cocktails, while watching the sunset. Please note that this is a pebble beach.”
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Nudist Beach
“It's one of the cleanest secluded beaches in the whole of Brighton and Hove, and you can go nude. ”
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Wanderweg
“Most seafront visitors get to Brighton Pier and then head into town. However if you have the time and enjoy walking/cycling the locals know you can get some quiet time by heading further east, where after the Marina the path continues sedately between the cliff and the sea to Saltdean lido... ”
  • Von 1 Einheimischen empfohlen

Wanderwege

Wanderweg
“Stretching out from the marina to Rottingdean and beyond, walk along the sea defences below the white cliffs and by the sea. Something very relaxing and special about this walk, but don't go during rough weather.”
  • Von 26 Einheimischen empfohlen
Wanderweg
“Most seafront visitors get to Brighton Pier and then head into town. However if you have the time and enjoy walking/cycling the locals know you can get some quiet time by heading further east, where after the Marina the path continues sedately between the cliff and the sea to Saltdean lido... ”
  • Von 1 Einheimischen empfohlen
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