Easter has crept up on us again and the cherry blossom will be adorning Instagram screens very, very soon.
Now the temperatures are creeping into a constant above 10 degrees it is time to try out one of our favourite Easter Walks in Brighton.
Surrounded by the South Downs, Brighton is perfectly paused for a walk this Easter Weekend.
One of our favourites, and a classic, is the walk to Birling Gap and the chalky Seven Sisters Cliffs. Yes, it is one of Britain’s best photographed coastlines, but there is a reason why! We prefer to start and finish from the Tiger Inn at East Dean where you will be walking for a little over 5 miles.
The Telegraph do a really good article on other South Downs walks, check it out here.
The promenade and seafront is always teething with visitors, but that doesn’t detract from the fact it is a beautiful setting for a walk.
Start roughly near the Pier and head towards the i360, the burnt out pier and out towards the picturesque Hove. We particularly love the colourful beach huts. There are plenty of places to stop for a coffee or drink so this one makes for a relaxed walk.
With the main attractions like the South Downs and the Seafront other walks in Brighton rarely get a look in. That’s why we wanted to mention our Tramble in and around Kemptown, which is one of our favourite ‘pockets’ in the city.
We suggest a couple of coffee stops at indie businesses, show you peculiar things before heading into Queen’s Park and seeing a little of the seafront. If you are looking for something different to do in Brighton, look no further and download the Tramble App.
Whatever you do decide to do this weekend, get out and about and enjoy Brighton!