Holidays Parks in Sussex
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Sussex caravan holiday parks
Sussex holidays are a great option for a whistle-stop rest and retreat. Home to some of the UK coast’s most famous names, it’s also one of the sunniest places in the UK, sitting neatly on the north shore of the English Channel. Whether you fancy a day out in brimming Brighton or the sensual South Downs, a Sussex caravan holiday is your ideal base for getting the most out of this southern gem.
Our Sussex holiday parks are in some of the county’s loveliest spaces. Church Farm is a short distance from West Wittering beach, widely regarded as one of the UK’s best. Combe Haven is close to historic Hastings, with the aptly named town of Battle a little further afield. Fancy bringing your dog? Check out our dog friendly holidays to Sussex.
Things to do in Sussex
Miles of golden sand, in a county that's famed for pebbly shorelines, line the clean clear water, both surrounded by oodles of family-friendly fun. But Sussex isn't all beach resorts; there's also beautiful rolling countryside, in the form of the South Downs and the Sussex Weald. The South Downs form over 1,600 square kilometres of natural beauty. There's also plenty of castle action, with Bodiam Castle, in particular, being the real deal. Studying its portcullis, spiral staircase and battlements you'll be transported to a medieval world. In a final contrast, fashionistas can get their fill of fashion in Brighton and Camber Sands. These funky towns are full of quirky boutiques, rock and roll history, and pop-up shops and restaurants.
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Sussex is home to the second-oldest aquarium in the world. Brighton’s Sea Life Centre has stood in one form or another since 1872 and hosts over 5,000 different species of sea creatures within its walls.
Sticking with the vintage theme, Sussex also hosts the world’s oldest purpose-built cinema. The Duke of York’s Picture House opened 1910 and was and still is housed in a building previously owned by Amber Ale Brewery.
Sussex was the site of the famous 1066 Battle of Hastings, a decisive moment not only in terms of the war between the Normans and Anglo-Saxons but also for England as a whole. Its significance is recognised in the town of Battle, which has become a centre of historic tourism.
Sussex is full of stellar seaside towns, with the city of Brighton as the centrepiece of coastal life. Many other gems dot the Sussex coastline, so you’re never too far from a whole host of family-friendly experiences.
Sussex enjoys some of the best weather in Britain. Its position on the south coast makes it one of the UK’s driest places so there’s more time to enjoy the great outdoors than in most other places.
Sussex has to be one of the best connected yet serene places you can escape to. Its position close to large towns makes it incredibly accessible, whilst it retains a quiet charming character throughout.
Our two Sussex parks are perfectly positioned to create family memories that last a lifetime. Combe Haven Holiday Park is in the sleepy town of St Leonards-on-Sea, itself just a stone’s throw from historic Hastings. To the west, Church Farm is a in a quiet area near Pagham, close to the coast and neighbours with some lovely lakes to add to its peaceful nature. In the middle of these two holiday park gems is Brighton, a one-of-a-kind cultural hub on the south coast.
5 – 6 August 2023: Brighton Pride @ Brighton Seafront