About Brighton Marina
Brighton Marina is an oasis on the south coast of England just one mile from Brighton’s Palace pier. It is in fact the largest Marina complex in Europe with over 1500 berths for boats of all sizes from ribs to luxury power yachts.
There is a vast array of things to do in the Marina and it has over 30 cafes, bars and restaurants - most with sea front views - creating a perfect location for business or pleasure.
For the more adventurous there is the Marina dive centre, the yacht club, indoor golf, David Lloyd gym and spa, and several water sports training establishments. For the children there’s bowling, a multi-screen cinema, and amusement arcades.
A large selection of shops will keep you occupied, from designer gear to 24-hour supermarkets, there’s even the Marina’s own petrol station to fill up from before you set off exploring further afield.
Night owls will have no problem finding somewhere to hang out, with many of the venues open until 3 or 4 in the morning. Have some pre dinner drinks in your accommodation as the sun sets, then take an easy stroll along the boardwalk past the yachts as the sailors moor up for the night. Then a meal at Zizzi’s, Strada or Prezzo’s, after dinner into Karma for some chilled sounds and cocktails, get your dancing legs warmed up then head off into the Seven bar and club which will keep you going until 4. It’s then only a short walk (if not too much drinking has taken place!) back to Britannia Court.
In the morning get down to Café Rouge for your morning paper and high class cooked breakfast, then a slow walk along the beach front to the pier (about 20 mins walk) to go on the Crazy Mouse roller coaster. Once you have explored the Marina then there’s the whole of Brighton and the surrounding areas - you may need another holiday after this break!