stay longer in the havens

Peacehaven is located above the chalk cliffs in East Sussex, where the top southern dip of the South Downs has been eroded by the English Channel. American founder Charles Neville designed the town using the U.S. grid system which gives the town a unique feel. Why not take the family to Centenary Park,which is a gateway for cycling and walking in the South Downs National Park.

Linking the coast with the beautiful South Downs, Newhaven is a working port with an individual charm and history often overlooked by visitors. It is a small industrial town, with residents who are proud of its nautical and industrial heritage. Explore this history at the extraordinary Newhaven Fort, and then enjoy stunning views from the cliff tops at Castle Hill Nature Reserve. You can also use Newhaven as a base to take a day or longer trip to France, with the Newhaven to Dieppe ferry

Brighton & Hove Coaster Buses 12, 13 & 14 - click here for full details.

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