Eastbourne is a charming seaside resort and town, on the south coast of England. Our great-value coach holidays from various local departure points, offer you the chance to enjoy its family-friendly beaches, breath-taking scenery and magnificent walks along the coastline.
Eastbourne has a wide range of attractions and places of interest, ensuring that you are never short of something to do. Along the seafront, you will find the amazing 19th-century Victorian pier, home to various attractions, including two large family entertainment centres with amusements for all ages, attractive Victorian hotels and a 1930s bandstand which hosts a variety of outdoor concerts and shows throughout the summer months.
Beginning in the mid-l9th century, Eastbourne emerged from being a scattered community of hamlets, into the thriving resort that we know and love today. In 1849, a railway was connected to Eastbourne, which allowed tourism to develop. By 1850 Terminus Road was laid over what was previously a muddy path to the sea. The promenade was built and the pier opened in 1872. Eastbourne has gone on from strength to strength and remains a firm favourite for tourists looking for a coach holiday to the South Downs.
Coach holidays to Eastbourne provides the opportunity to visit a wide range of attractions and places of interest. This award winning seaside resort has plenty to offer, with an amazing range of activities, and exciting events for you to enjoy in Eastbourne, you will never be short of things to do.
This traditional Victorian pier has plenty to offer anyone in need of a good day out. There are two large family entertainment centres, with amusements for every age, as well as various other attractions for all ages to enjoy.
It’s one of only three surviving Napoleonic fortresses in the UK. Built in the early 1800's, the Redoubt Fortress has defended the Eastbourne coast for nearly 200 years.
Beautiful location with absolutely stunning scenery, recommended to visit on a lovely summer day.