We wanted to wish you a wonderful Easter Break from the whole of the Worthing Coaches team - or should we say an Eggcellent time! (Umm....perhaps not!)
But, what an exciting time, with the first of many bank holidays on its way, and the clocks having moved forward to British Summer Time last weekend, it feels like it's almost here - that time we've all been waiting for, when we get to wave goodbye to those dark, cold, winter days, and say hello to sandals, sun lotion and ice cream (thank goodness!)
Yes, it won't be long until summer is here, and although the British weather is guaranteed to be a little unpredictable, a day out to the seaside in summer should be on everyone's list! And, with so many fabulous seaside resorts just a stone's throw away, what better way to treat your group to a great day out?
So, if you're group is planning a trip to the seaside this summer, check out these 5 nearby resorts, we think they are definitely worth a visit....
If you are looking for a seaside resort rich in maritime and cultural connections then Hastings is definitely worth a visit. One of the medieval Cinque Ports, Hastings was, for centuries an important fishing port, which although nowadays much reduced, still has the largest beach-based fishing fleet in England. During a visit to Hastings you will find a number of maritime museums, plenty of shops and a beautiful golden beach. In addition, whilst here you might wish to head a few miles down the road to Battle Abbey to explore the location of the infamous 1066 battle. Click here to request a coach hire quotation...
With seven miles of sandy golden beaches Bournemouth is a fabulous seaside destination with much to enjoy. Home to the Bournemouth Air Festival, Bournemouth Wheels Festival and the Bournemouth Arts by the Sea Festival, there is always something to see and do. In addition, to its fabulous beach, Bournemouth also has a great shopping centre, tropical gardens, and excellent nightlife.
The thriving seaside resort of Weymouth makes for an excellent day out. Visitors can enjoy the 3 mile golden sandy beach, spectacular scenery and explore the quaint little shops and cafés that give the town its traditional seaside feel.
The timeless charm of Sidmouth creates the perfect opportunity to unwind and relax as well as being an ideal base from which to explore. Its clean, safe beaches and warm waters make Sidmouth an ideal venue for groups with children. The town also has a range of up-to-date quality shops as well as small, individual interesting ones. With a wide variety of places to eat out, you'll find something to suit all tastes.
With award-winning beaches and the largest natural harbour in Europe, Poole has so much to offer. If you are looking to do a spot of shopping there is the Dolphin Shopping Centre which hosts a variety of the nation's favourite stores. Alternatively, there is the Quay and Lower High street where you will find a stunning harbour and a glimpse in to Poole's heritage with its array of historical buildings.