More Information about Eastbourne, Sussex

We both liked Eastbourne very much and we haven't yet finished exploring all it has to offer. One of the many attributes of Eastbourne is the railway station which means, of course, that you can get there by train and the station is in the centre of the town and within walking distance of the seafront.

There is a walk you could do from Eastbourne to Exceat which goes via Beachy Head, the Belle Tout Lighthouse, Birling Gap, the Seven Sisters and Cuckmere Haven through really beaufiful scenery.

Eastbourne is a place we definitely want to visit again.

Address and contact information for Eastbourne Tourist Information:

I requested an Eastbourne brochure, on-line, via their web site which was easy to do and the brochure arrived about a week later. It is a good brochure with plenty of relevant information including accommodation.

Tourist Information Centre
Cornfield Road
Eastbourne
Sussex
BN21 4QA

Tel: 0871 663 0031
NOTE: The telephone number above costs 10 pence per minute in 2009 which is more expensive than standard national rate calls. This is the only tourist information centre in this part of Sussex that uses an expensive telephone number.

Email: tic@eastbourne.gov.uk

Web site: Visit Eastbourne

This information is based on our visit to Eastbourne in September 2009.