Kent & Sussex's Top Sights
White-sand beaches, golden meadows, cherry orchards and vineyards, the Garden of England is one of the most naturally beautiful locations to spend your downtime.
Yet there's more to Kent and Sussex than rolling countryside, scenic coastline and seaside attractions. This corner of England has borne witness to some of the nation's defining moments, from the shores of Hastings to the White Cliffs of Dover, from Canterbury Cathedral to Rochester Castle, holidays in Kent offer the chance to experience a region rich with landmarks and incredible history.
So why not book a holiday in Sussex or Kent - and whether you're looking for seaside fun or a journey into the past, you'll find it here!
Reasons to visit Kent and Sussex
Serene Camber Sands or bustling Brighton
Castles, cathedrals and iconic chalk cliffs
Wine and dine on local seafood and wines from Kent and Sussex
Three fantastic seaside holiday parks to choose from
Enough activities to fill every day with amazing memories
Sand is in abundance in both Kent and Sussex, with the iconic Camber Sands the jewel in any Sussex holiday’s crown. If you stay at Camber Sands Holiday Park, you’ll have the glorious beach and all its activities right on your doorstep.
Beach lovers will also enjoy relaxing on the 2-mile stretch of golden sands at Greatstone Beach, straight opposite Romney Sands. Heading a little further north of the region, St. Margaret's Bay shingle beach offers a great day out exploring rock pools and trying out watersports.
Kent & Sussex's Beaches
History & Culture
How many holidays offer you the chance to stand in the exact spot where English history changed forever?
A visit to Senlac Hill, outside of Hastings, provides exactly that, with its English Heritage-run sculpture trail and abbey offering a unique and authentic insight into the Battle of Hastings. Historical and cultural sites don’t stop there, either, with Rochester Cathedral and Castle well worth a day trip.
Kent & Sussex's Historic and Cultural Attractions
Theme Parks and Entertainment in Kent & Sussex
Outdoors & Adventure
Activities to get the pulse racing can be found in abundance all across the region.
A Camber Sands holiday isn’t complete without giving some of the beachside activities a go, such as kitesurfing along the shore or trying your hand at sailing in a small dinghy. For a more sedate waterborne experience, consider touring the historic city of Canterbury by boat, along the pleasantly babbling River Stour.
Outdoors, Animals & Wildlife in Kent & Sussex
Some of the best English wines are produced here, and there are vineyards scattered across the region. The Chapel Down Winery offers tours of their wine making process and even a tasting session along the way!
If you’re more of a foodie, then holidays in Kent and Sussex won’t disappoint - freshly caught seafood is available all along the coast, at places such as the Court Yard Oyster Bar in Deal and Webbe’s at the Fish Café in Rye.
Food & Drink in Kent & Sussex
Local Towns & Tours in Kent & Sussex
If we’re talking British scenery, then the White Cliffs of Dover are certainly among the most iconic. Finding a spot up on the cliffs to gaze over to France across the water is an absolute must for your holiday itinerary, just make sure to bring a picnic if the sun is shining!
For something slightly different, consider visiting The Old Lighthouse at Dungeness and climbing the tower for some lovely views of the nearby nature reserve, as well as the English Channel.