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Brighton Beach Pictures
East Sussex, England



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Brighton beach stones and old man, East Sussex, England, UK

West of the lively pier on stony Brighton beach, south-east England.


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Brighton's beaches are, for visibly obvious reasons, more about walking and other traditional seaside activities than swimming. But if the sun's shining, the temperature's up and the wind is down then a bracing plunge into the English Channel is doable, preferably wearing beach sandals of some sort.
Some of the watersports available here for rental and instruction on the right day include sea kayaking, board paddling, dinghy sailing, windsurfing, kite boarding.


Brighton beach paddling pool, East Sussex, England, UK

But for younger kids there's another solution, the free paddling pool and playground beside the West Pier skeleton (just visible left).

The main Brighton Pier is, of course, loaded with kid attractions - merry-go-rounds, dodgems, haunted house, candyfloss, catching fish as well as some seriously scary high-altitude, high-speed pendulums that guarantee screams and nausea-induced tranquility.


Brighton beach volleyball and Grand Hotel, East Sussex, England, UK

Brighton's famous Grand Hotel, where the ornate Victoria Lounge is the place for an old English tea ceremony serenaded by a pianist. The only truly fine sand on these beaches is laid down for summertime volleyball, here in use by Dyke's Dynamics.



Brighton beach sandcastle, yes sand! East Sussex, England, UK

Yup, sandcastles are possible on Brighton beach. Walking on this firm surface is also a lot easier than on the shingle/pebbles further up the slope.


Brighton's main beach seen here kept its Blue Flag status recently though adjacent Hove beach did not. Brighton and Hove City Council reassured residents and visitors that the seafront at Hove remained clean and healthy, despite losing the international Blue Flag endorsement. They blamed last summer's poor weather for the drop in quality and predicted it was only temporary.
Blue Flag status is awarded to beaches which fulfil a range of requirements including provision of public facilities, lifeguards and excellent water quality.
Losing one of its pair of Blue Flag awards sets Brighton and Hove behind rival resorts like Bournemouth, which currently boasts four beaches holding the accolade.



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