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Worthing is a large bustling seaside town set in the historic countryside county of Sussex. Situated at the foot of the splendid subtle ravines of the green-washed South Downs, Worthing blends idyllic natural beauty with urban excitement. The streets are awash with chic outdoor cafés, cool independent art galleries and sterling white-walled Victorian architecture. Worthing’s shingle beach - which adjoins hidden stretches of golden soft sand - showcases the enormous wooden pier, which illuminates in the evenings.

Things to see

Begin your Worthing holiday by exploring the town’s diverse mix of architectural wonders. In the morning, amble along to St Paul’s church - designed in the Greek style - a stark white building boasting majestic colonnades. After, visit Castle Goring, an odd 18th century structure which was always used for residential rather than military purposes. Nevertheless, the dimpled stone walls and ornamented turrets are quite striking. Unwind as the afternoon rolls in by strolling through one of Worthing’s many open green spaces, whether it be the large tree-flecked Beachside Park or the smaller flower-flecked Highdown Gardens. As the evening gently falls, catch a film at the seafront Dome Cinema - one of the oldest in the UK - and be enchanted by its yellow walls, green-capped dome and Baroque-inspired interior. Finally, walk along the beach and head toward Worthing’s centre, where the bars and seafood restaurants hum with friendly chatter.

Hotels in Worthing

Slightly inland Worthing hotels boast sublime 3-star service and are mostly independently run, which makes for a personable, welcoming stay where all your needs are meticulously cared for - from the free WiFi to the en-suite rooms and relaxed red-velveted bar lounges. A selection of fine 4-star hotels and guesthouses align the seafront, which provide crystal-clear views across the shimmering deep-blue waters and shiny, wave-washed beach. Out in the boarders of the South Downs, hidden B&Bs provide homely accommodation with luxuriant, unblemished natural scenery - ideal for a rejuvenating holiday.

Where to stay

Central Worthing is the perfect location for those seeking a balanced blend of immersive green spaces, pristinely preserved marvels of historic architecture, and captivating culture - all set against the vast beachfront. Days can be spent exploring inspirational independent art galleries and evenings spent sampling the fine-dining restaurants. For all the benefits of a good resort town - including a fine sandy beach - but in a quieter setting, stay in nearby Littlehampton. To completely surround yourself in the magical, verdant forests and fields of the South Downs, then the nearby village of Findon is for you.

How to get to Worthing

Worthing is well served by a centrally located redbrick railway station, which provides regular and reliable trains to Brighton and central London, and westbound trains to Littlehampton, Southampton, and across the country to Bristol and Portsmouth. Arriving by car is a breeze, with both the A24 speeding along from London, and the A27 heading east from Bristol. Once in Worthing, friendly and affordable local bus services will dart you around the town and surrounding villages, although the town centre is easily explored on foot. Bring your own car if you want to explore deep into the forest-rich South Downs.