The English coastline and the villages along it
Brighton, a seaside resort
Known as the 'London of the seaside', Brighton is just like the English capital: cheerful and lively. Stroll through the city's quirky lanes, shop in the North Laines and get a better view of the resort by climbing the British Airways i360 tower. Don't leave Brighton without taking a picture of the West Pier, one of the city's landmarks.
Lewes, the essence of Sussex
This small Sussex town has so much to offer. Stroll through the streets of Lewes, visit the castle and see the home of Henry VIII's 4th wife, Anne of Cleves. If you want to get close to nature, why not take a walk in the Grange Gardens?
Dover, welcome to Kent!
Located in Kent, the town of Dover is full of fascinating places to discover. Overlooking the English Channel, Dover Castle has been a major player in many historical events, which makes a visit to the fortress all the more interesting! For an unrivalled panoramic view of the sea and the famous white cliffs, don't forget to visit the ancient ramparts... Dressed in a pristine white robe, the cliffs are now part of the National Trust and are a natural wonder to behold.