Sussex is a beautiful part of Great Britain and its villages are a must see for anyone who wants to experience the real countryside in England.

The county offers the sunniest weather in the whole of the United Kingdom nestled in the South Eastern corner of England. Because the county faces the English Channel, any cloud cover tends to be blown off by the sea breezes. While it can be sunny in winter, it often experiences cold fronts that come in from continental Europe. Sussex is sparsely populated and its biggest urban centre is Brighton, with a population of about 450,000 people when including the surrounding suburbs. Brighton itself is the quintessential British seaside resort and is popular with locals as well as people from overseas

The surrounding towns and villages from Littlehampton to Goring offer some stunning walking territory. On these pages, you will find information about all the things to see and do when visiting Sussex and also a section on Brighton. You will find information about where to stay as well as how to navigate around the area, whether you are walking or driving. This website also provides information about how to get to Brighton from other urban centres such as the capital city London, as well as flights and ferry connections to mainland Europe.

You might not think that Sussex has that much to offer the seasoned tourist, but you will be surprised and the blogs on this website will make you want to put it on your holiday destination map.