Explore Eastbourne...Your destination

After a day of meetings, seminars and conference business, you'll be spoilt for choice on ways to relax in Eastbourne.

Eastbourne Pier and Carpet Gardens

There's so much to see and do...

From taking in the fresh sea air with a stroll along the unspoilt Victorian promenade, enjoying the splendid seafront attractions including the Pier and 1930's Bandstand with regular live entertainment, superb sports facilities including four glorious golf courses, world famous tennis courts and water sports galore, to fantastic shoppping, mouth watering restaurants, a spectacular cultural quarter and cosmopolitan harbour, Eastbourne has something on offer for every conference delegate.


Eastbourne's pleasant coastal town is surrounded by beautiful countryside, fascinating villages and historic sites including a Napoleonic Redoubt Fortress. The coast literally meets the countryside via Holywell, beginning the South Downs Way to the National Park with breathtaking views to Beachy Head and beyond. For the more adventurous, the picturesque scenery can also be enjoyed whilst participating in some adrenaline fuelled fun, from hang-gliding to watersports.

Redoubt Fortress, Eastbourne


Eastbourne also boasts four theatres offering varied entertainment, Towner, an award winning contemporary art gallery and museum, as well as multi-screen cinemas, nightclubs, traditional pubs and trendy cocktail bars. For those who want to relax and unwind, why not try a spa treatment or just sit back and listen to the sounds of the seaside with picturesque views at one of our many seafront cafés. In Eastbourne you really will be spoilt for choice.

With so much choice, what will you explore first to unwind in Eastbourne...