Once the favored vacation destination of British Royals, Brighton's appeal has endured throughout the centuries and the bustling coastal town remains a beloved tourist destination for many Brits today. Take a bike tour of the seaside sights or head into scenic West Sussex on a guided tour through the quintessential English countryside.
Grab your slice of British paradise on a bicycle tour of ‘The Queen of Watering Places’. The seaside resort of Brighton earned its nickname from its breathtaking beachside beauty, where the English Channel laps gracefully over glistening pebble beaches and seagulls make the call of the sea from atop Brighton Palace Pier.
Brighton’s proximity to London brought it great attention once the British Royalty selected the location as their favored seaside resort. Brighton was soon transformed from an unassuming fishing town to an established vacation destination, and the tradition of holidaying on the beaches of Brighton has survived throughout the centuries!
The Royal Pavilion of King George IV remains a resplendent architectural icon of the city, its domes, majestic minarets, and staggering pinnacles drawing tourists from the beach up to the eclectic Old Town, where enticing eateries, boho boutiques, and alternative art galleries nestle within The Lanes, North Laine, and the infamous Quadrophenia Alley. An indie music hub with a deeply progressive attitude, Brighton enjoys its reputation as a free-spirited city with an inclusive atmosphere.
Bike through the bustling heart of Brighton to the bright lights of the Palace Pier on a family-friendly adventure with the added flexibility of bike rental. Cruise the English coastline along the romantic Undercliff Path to picturesque Rottingdean, or discover the Downs Link and let the full beauty of West Sussex unfurl beneath your bicycle wheels.
Bike to Britain's beachside paradise and discover a buzzing city set in breathtaking natural surroundings!