Englands Coast new travel tool for international visitors! England offers one of the most spectacular coastlines in the world and its now become easier to book than ever for Dutch, French and German visitors!
Englands Coast is a new booking platform designed to help visitors plan their perfect holiday. Funded by VisitEnglands Discover England Fund, it offers interactive videos highlighting the breadth of choice of activities and scenic beauty around this coastline.
The digital tool offers visitors the chance to escape busy tourist routes to discover stately homes and gardens, magnificent castles, wonderful nature reserves and hundreds of miles of peaceful coastal paths and cycle tracks.
On the itinerary builder, they feature more than 900 hundred coastal businesses and experiences, allowing anyone who is searching for a new experience to create their ideal break at the click of a button. They could choose to stay in a typical English pub, a chic hotel or caravan park, enjoy fish and chips on the beach or indulge in a gourmet seafood platter.
And because it features different regions, including Northumberland in the north-west, the east and south coast, Devon and Cornwall - this is the perfect one-stop shop for anyone seeking a seaside escape.
Understandably, many visitors travel to London or the well-known cities first and may know very little about the whats on offer on the coastline. The new film footage provides a perfect introduction, acting as a guide around the coast, drawing attention to popular resorts, fishing harbors, pebbled coves, art galleries, museums, nature, wildlife and lots more.
Access to Englands coast couldnt be easier, with fast ferry, train connections, and flights to many of Englands regional hubs from Germany, France, and The Netherlands.
Brighton, the gay city of Englands Coast
Iconic Brighton is loud and proud. This super-cool south coast town has pebble beaches to be seen on, kitsch boutique shopping and palatial architectural gems. Regency monuments vie for space, from chalky white pavilions with onion domes to regal theatres and clock towers. You can see why cults have been born in this East Sussex town. Looking for things to do in Brighton? Why not follow film noir to the pier for scenes from Brighton Rock, or wander The Lanes to a soundtrack from Quadrophenia. Seafarers can yacht, kayak and powerboat from the marina, while bikers and hikers head inland to the tracks and bridleways over the rolling South Downs. Top places to visit in Brighton include the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Pier, The Lanes, and the picturesque Devils Dyke.
Brighton Pride needs no introduction. Every year this coastal town is painted all the colors of the rainbow as thousands flock here to promote LGBT equality and celebrate its unique culture. If nothing else, Brighton Pride is about the freedom to express yourself, so dont be surprised if some festival-goers take this to the extreme at the Horse Meat Disco.
Generally, this is not the place to play shy, especially if you find yourself front row in the Legends Cabaret Tent during one of their ferocious drag acts. Of course, the best demonstration of this communitys pride in its individuality is the Parade itself, when the streets become a sea of color and character. Even if you are not actually taking part, it is well worth a watch.