There’s an up-market feel here and outstanding architecture, close by Bexhill’s promenade. On the town side, Georgian and Victorian terraces and facades bear witness to fine summer seasons in the past. By the beach, the De La Warr pavilion and the Colonnade are striking examples of confident design. With beach huts, shops, cafes and restaurants all along the seafront, a walk by the beach at Bexhill-on-Sea is a feast for the eyes, both natural and contrived.
The beach as a re-balance for Kathryn.
Bexhill on a hazy spring day.
Bexhill makes for a relaxing visit to the seaside. Two miles of promenade run behind a long, gently shelving shingle beach, with fine stretches of sand covering the lower foreshore. The scene setting film was taken in front of the Colonnade, with the striking De La Warr building behind. There are beach huts for hire, rock pools to explore and seafront cafes to enjoy, or you can simply relax and unwind on the beach and in the sea. As simple as that.
Christine’s affinity for the beach.
On the beach at Bexhill in the middle of December, under a bright sky.