Sussex has many beautiful country villages as well as cosmopolitan towns such as Brighton. Visit the following sites to find out more:
Sussex Villages - Sussex has more than its fair share of pretty villages hidden away in the leafy countryside. This site presents an extensive guide to villages in East Sussex including historical information, weather forecasts, travel advice and places of interest.
1066 Country - This area includes Bexhill, Hastings, Battle and Rye and the site includes information on all these towns, plus accommodation and attractions listings and a tour of the popular 1066 Country Walk.
Battle - Battle is a beautiful village in East Sussex built on the site of the Battle of 1066 where William the Conqueror and the Normans defeated King Harold and the Saxons. This site is run by the local tourist information centre and contains information about the history of the area, attractions such as Battle Abbey and details of accommodation, food and drink and directions.
Brighton - This is a site as diverse as Brighton itself, with a huge amount of information for tourists, conference visitors and residents. One of the highlights is an extensive and detailed pubs guide with the facility to search by name or area. This site also offers tourist information in a range of foreign languages.
Chichester - Chichester is an ancient cathedral city in West Sussex. This is the Chichester District Council site and contains useful information on accommodation and local attractions and events.
Hastings - Another East Sussex town steeped in history. This is the Hastings Borough Council site and contains information on attractions, events and accommodation.
Rye - Rye is a fortified hilltop town on the edge of East Sussex full of ancient buildings, cobbled streets and secret passages. This site features maps, shopping, attractions, accommodation - everything a visitor could want to know