This glorious stretch of pebbly shore is Brighton’s pride and joy. The section near Brighton Pier packs out with revellers on sunny summer days, while west and east of the centre, things are quieter; friends and families gather here for barbecues. The spacious Kemptown stretch is backed by a toytown railway, the Volks and Madeira Drive, which doubles as a showground for motor rallies and sporting events. Kemptown is also home to Brighton’s famous nudist beach, two-thirds of the way between the pier and the marina, and modestly shielded by a long mound of stones that’s raked up by bulldozers every season.
Brighton beach may not be sandy but it's certainly full of Life! We love to go down to the beach on a sunny day, roller blade along the front and sit on the stones watching the sunset with fish and chips from our favourite chippy. On a hot summer day the beach front bars are bursting with people enjoying the summer heat and an ice cold beer. There is so much life on Brighton Beach and I would recommend it to anyone.
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