Brighton & Hove's seafront is the city's largest entertainment venue offering 11 kilometres of entertainment and activities, many of which are free. The seafront is managed by the Seafront Office.
- Sea safety
- Litter on the seafront
- Tide times
- Beach accessibility and beach wheelchair hire
We want everyone to enjoy the beach so please have a look at the bylaws relating to
Seafront activities and events
If you fancy some other sporting activities such as volleyball or basketball, seafront events taking place or a spot of shopping and dining then take a look at
- Visit Brighton website
- Volleyball and seafront sports
- Seafront shopping, restaurants and nightlife
- The Bandstand
Working and investing in the seafront
We're working with development partners and external funding sources to preserve Brighton & Hove's historic seafront and bring in new investment and future attractions. Seafront development projects total over one billion pounds. Find out about the developments underway, planned and proposed for Brighton & Hove seafront.
If you are interested in buying a beach hut, renting a chalet or if there are any seafront arches available to rent then take a look here: