Brighton and Hove, England, United Kingdom
Brighton Beach is a safe, pristine, clean and family-friendly and small pebbly beach in Brighton and Hove. It has clear water, friendly locals, easy access, and good 3G+ coverage. The water there is clear, but it's not the best beach to swim safely. It's around 0.43km in length. It is never crowded here.
Getting to Brighton Beach is simple. You can go to this beach by car, bus, boat, and walking or hiking. It's pretty easy to get there, which makes it perfect for families!. Dogs allowed all year round. There's bus service that passes nearby, making it easy for many Brighton and Hove beach-goers.
Brighton Beach has everything you need to spend the day and the night. There are food options, shops, pier, bicycles for rent, bicycle path, and nightlife.
If you are seeking food and refreshment, there are some options. The water here is suitable for surfing, swimming, and snorkeling.
June, July, August, September are the best months to visit Brighton Beach and other beaches in Brighton and Hove, because that's when the temperatures are warm and there's probably less crowd (not guaranteed).
June, July, August, September
January, February, March, December
January, October, November, December
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