Brighton Scenic Flight – Piers, Palaces & Ports – 30minutes
|Shoreham||The nearest town to the airport is Shoreham which enjoys a unique location, bordered on the north by the South Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, on the west by the open valley of the river Adur and on the south by the river and Shoreham Beach.|
|Hove||Wide boulevards, Regency buildings, beautiful lawns and promenades.|
In 1820's The first housing development in Hove was Brunswick Estate. Its Regency architecture, looking out to sea from around a central garden, typifies what makes Brighton and Hove different from any other coastal resort.
|Brighton||Brighton was originally a small village which grew rapidly when sea cures were first recommended by doctors in the mid 1700s. The sea front became the place to be seen among fashionable society, and with the piers being built at the end of the 19th century. One of the most remarkable features of the town is the Royal Pavilion.|
|The Marina||With sailing boats, boardwalk and the latest in waterfront leisure and shopping, Brighton Marina is the largest marina destination in Europe with 1600 berths. Situated only minutes from Brighton’s City centre and a pebblea��s throw away from the beach, the marina offers an eclectic mix of daytime and night time entertainment.|
|Newhaven||A once busy port on the cross-Channel route to Dieppe, with services much reduced now. Fort Newhaven, one of Palmerston’s forts of the 1860s stands on cliffs to the west.|
A truly elegant introductory flying experience and educational tour over some of the sights that make Brighton & Hove area beautifully green.