Ovingdean Beach, Sussex

Ovingdean Beach tide times



May 2024

Ovingdean Beach tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Sun19
03:201.8m
15:361.7m
09:235.1m
21:475.5m
Mon20
04:021.6m
16:171.5m
10:055.4m
22:255.7m
Tue21
04:401.4m
16:561.3m
10:425.6m
23:005.9m
Wed22
05:161.2m
17:331.3m
11:195.8m
23:356.0m
Thu23
05:531.1m
18:101.2m
11:555.9m
Fri24
06:291.1m
18:461.2m
00:096.1m
12:316.0m
Sat25
07:051.0m
19:221.2m
00:446.1m
13:086.1m


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Things to see and do near Ovingdean Beach

If you're planning a visit to Ovingdean Beach, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Explore the South Downs National Park – South Downs National Park is a stunning natural park just a few miles from Ovingdean Beach. It's a great spot for hikers and nature lovers to explore, with stunning views of the coast, rolling hills, and woodlands.
  • Take a stroll along the beach – Ovingdean Beach is a picturesque stretch of pebbled shore, a perfect spot for a peaceful stroll along the shore. You can take in the views of the sea, the sounds of the waves, and the smell of the salty sea air.
  • Visit the Seven Sisters Country Park – Seven Sisters Country Park is an area of outstanding natural beauty, with a series of seven chalk cliffs along the coast. It's a great spot to enjoy a walk and take in the stunning views of the sea and the different wildlife that can be found in the area.
  • Enjoy a picnic in Rottingdean – Rottingdean is a charming village just a few miles from Ovingdean Beach, and it's a perfect spot for a picnic. With its quaint little shops, cafés, and pubs, it's the ideal spot to enjoy some food in the sun.
  • Take a trip to Brighton – Brighton is a vibrant city just a few miles from Ovingdean Beach, with plenty of interesting things to do and see. Whether you want to explore the pier, take a stroll along the promenade, or just soak up the atmosphere, Brighton is a great spot to visit.
  • Try some watersports – Ovingdean Beach is a great spot for watersports, with plenty of opportunities to try windsurfing, kitesurfing, and kayaking. There are a number of companies offering lessons and equipment hire, so you can give it a go and have some fun.
  • Visit the Royal Pavilion – The Royal Pavilion is an incredible palace located in the heart of Brighton, and it's a must-see for anyone visiting the area. From the stunning architecture to the interesting history, the Royal Pavilion is a great spot to explore.
  • Take a walk up to the South Downs Way – The South Downs Way is a stunning walking route that runs along the South Downs. It's a great way to explore the area and take in the stunning views, with plenty of stops along the way for refreshments and taking in the sights.
  • Visit the Fisherman's Museum – The Fisherman's Museum in Brighton is a great spot to learn about the history of fishing in the area. From its displays and exhibits to its interactive activities, it's a great spot to spend an afternoon.
  • Explore the Brighton Marina – Brighton Marina is a great spot to enjoy some time in the great outdoors. With its shops, restaurants, and entertainment, it's a great spot to spend an afternoon.
  • Take a boat trip – There are a number of boat trips available from Brighton Marina, offering the chance to explore the coastline and take in the stunning views.
  • Visit the Brighton Palace Pier – The Brighton Palace Pier is an iconic spot in the city, with plenty of amusements, food, and entertainment. From the old-fashioned arcade games to the stunning views of the sea, it's a great spot to spend an afternoon.
  • Take a trip to the Devil's Dyke – The Devil's Dyke is a deep valley with stunning views of the Downs and the coast. It's a great spot for a walk and to take in the views, and there are plenty of places to stop for food and drinks along the way.
  • Visit the Undercliff Walk – The Undercliff Walk is a scenic route that follows the coast around the Seven Sisters cliffs. It's a great way to explore the area and take in the stunning views, and there are plenty of places to stop along the way for refreshments.
  • Explore the Brighton Toy and Model Museum – The Brighton Toy and Model Museum is a great spot to explore the history of toys and models. From its vast collection of toys and models to its interactive activities, it's a great spot to explore and learn.

There are many things to see and do near Ovingdean Beach. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!