Seaford is exactly as the name implies -- on the sea -- found in East Sussex, which is a beautiful area of England that is right on the south coast cape. Seaford has plenty of history in the Middle Ages as being one of the main ports that served England and it was even raided by French pirates! Expect a seaside "resort town," with plenty to do and lots of history. Being on the sea, you can expect plenty of seaside activities!
Getting to Seaford
Getting to Seaford of East Sussex is certainly possible by sea, with plenty of ferries running from England and France. By road, there are many in the area that lead also to Brighton, Lewes, Newhaven, and Eastbourne. By train, you can arrive in Seaford from London, Hampshire, Kent and more. The Gatwick Airport is just outsideof East Sussex and is the most popular for getting to guests to Seaford.
Seaford Activities and Things to Do
There is plenty to see in the area, but in Seaford specifically, you can expect to see the Seven Sisters cliffs, which is an incredibly popular landmark. These are chalk cliffs that can be seen when walking from Cuckmere Haven to Seaford. There are tons and tons of museums, battlefields, castles, parks, gardens, and scentic towns and villages in the area. The possibilities are endless when exploring all of East Sussex. There are even sporting attractions that include watersports, ski slopes, rugby and cycling.
As much of East Sussex being a seaside resort area, you can expect to live it up in a picturesque hotel right along the water. If you're on a budget, there are plenty of options as well. If you love to eat, and who doesn't, the area is known for a great natural food selections for grass fed, free range meats and amazing dairy – cheese galore! You won't go hungry in Seaford and East Sussex, that's for sure!
When Should I go to Seaford?
Seaford and East Sussex are located along the sea, so expect mild Summers and Winters – you won't see that much snow in the area in the Winter. To keep up with outdoor activities and all those hiking trails, be sure to be well prepared for the climate and even the altitude depending on where you are traveling exactly.
Nightlife in Seaford
While East Sussex has plenty of great places to go during the day, including amazing organic food shops and restaurants, you may be wondering what you can do at night. There are plenty of pubs that are sustained fully through local brewery, including Harveys Brewery in Lewes ( http://www.harveys.org.uk/ ). Sussex is known for an unique cider that is made in the East that is the talk of the town. You can easily find a great night club or pub in the area to either go wild or just relax at night. Remember not to tire yourself out too much and get ready for some more great outdoor activities the next day!