The best walks in Hove

The best walks in Hove

If you’ve been consumed by the hustle and bustle of city life, could now be the perfect time to set your sights on a slower pace, fresher air and a more laid-back lifestyle? Perhaps you're considering stepping onto the property ladder with a friend or partner, but London’s steep property prices have made you consider buying elsewhere? Either way, Hove could be the perfect place for your next chapter. Offering everything you could need for a balanced lifestyle. Hove gives you endless opportunities to enjoy the fresh sea air, coastal views and a range of stunning walking trails complete with breathtaking scenery and bustling pubs for a pitstop. 

Our top five picks for the best walks in the Brighton and Hove area are: 

The Brighton Beach Promenade

The Brighton Beach Promenade is a beloved local gem and can be a feature of daily life in this beautiful seaside area. The promenade stretches for miles and offers stunning views of the English Channel, providing a flat and accessible path for all ages and abilities. Along the way, you'll find the iconic Brighton Pier dotted with great cafes and restaurants offering cosy spots to grab a bite to eat while soaking up the sea views and salty air 

The Brighton and Hove Five Peaks  

A unique trail offering breathtaking panoramic views of the city, the coast and the stunning South Downs, the Brighton and Hove Five Peaks is a must for keen walkers and nature lovers. A challenging yet rewarding route great for those seeking adventure, this trail covers five of the highest points in the area, including Ditchling Beacon, the highest point in East Sussex. The Sportsman pub, near Devil's Dyke, is located midway and is a great pitstop for traditional British food, refuelling you to complete all five peaks. 

The Brighton and Dyke Railway Trail  

Enjoy a trip back in time on the Brighton and Dyke Railway Trail. This historic route traces the old railway line all the way from Brighton up to Devil's Dyke. The trail is surrounded by lush greenery and wildlife, making it a peaceful escape from the city. The Devil's Dyke Pub is a perfect stop to refuel, offering a menu of locally sourced food and drink for weary walkers.  

Brighton Beach 

No conversation about Hove's beautiful walks and trails is complete without mentioning the iconic Brighton Beach. Not just great for swimming and sunbathing, here you can enjoy the renowned colourful beach huts, rotating art installations and the famous Brighton bandstand, all while the lapping waves provide a relaxing soundtrack. Rest stops don't get much better than the beachside cafes and restaurants here, with fresh, creative food and seaside views on tap. 

The Three Cornered Copse and Coney Woods Circular  

Finally, the Three Cornered Copse and Coney Woods Circular offers a brilliant woodland walking experience in the heart of Hove. This walk offers a tranquil escape with its ancient trees, babbling brooks, and abundant wildlife. The trail is also home to a variety of bird species, making it a birdwatcher's paradise. The Hove Place Bistro and Gardens is a charming spot for a meal here, nestled within a beautiful walled garden. 

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