Rottingdean Beach, Sussex

Rottingdean Beach tide times



June 2024

Rottingdean Beach tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Mon17
02:112.0m
14:331.9m
08:135.0m
20:425.3m
Tue18
03:091.8m
15:291.8m
09:085.2m
21:335.5m
Wed19
03:581.6m
16:181.6m
09:595.4m
22:205.7m
Thu20
04:431.4m
17:031.5m
10:455.7m
23:035.9m
Fri21
05:261.3m
17:461.3m
11:305.9m
23:456.0m
Sat22
06:071.1m
18:281.2m
12:136.0m
Sun23
06:491.0m
19:101.1m
00:276.1m
12:576.1m


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Things to see and do near Rottingdean Beach

If you're planning a visit to Rottingdean 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 Historic Village of Rottingdean – Rottingdean is a quaint village with a long history. The village was founded in the 12th century and features a variety of historical buildings including the Grade II listed St. Margaret's Church and the Saxon-era Rottingdean Windmill.
  • Take a Dip in the Sea – Rottingdean Beach is a pebble beach featuring a large area of sand at low tide. The beach is perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and exploring the rock pools at low tide.
  • Visit the Museum of Rottingdean – This museum is dedicated to preserving the history of the village and is a great way to learn about the area's past. The museum features a variety of exhibits, from local folklore to the history of Rottingdean.
  • Go Boating at the Brighton Marina – A short walk from the beach, the Brighton Marina is the perfect place to go boating, whether you prefer kayaking or sailing. You can also take a stroll along the marina's promenade to take in the views of the English Channel.
  • Experience Rottingdean's Fishing Industry – Rottingdean is home to a unique fishing industry which has been in operation since the 15th century. You can experience this by visiting the traditional fishing boats at the harbour or by taking a guided tour.
  • Take a Walk Along the South Downs Way – The South Downs Way is a popular walking route that stretches from Eastbourne to Winchester. The route passes through Rottingdean Beach and is a great way to take in the stunning views of the sea and the rolling hills of the South Downs.
  • Visit the Peace Statue – The Peace Statue is a Grade II listed monument which stands in the centre of Rottingdean. The statue celebrates the peace which came after the end of World War II and is a beautiful tribute to those who fought in the conflict.
  • Explore the Undercliff Nature Reserve – The Undercliff Nature Reserve is a protected area of natural beauty which is home to a variety of wildlife. The reserve is a great place to go for a walk and take in the stunning views of the English Channel.
  • Visit the Unique Buildings of Rottingdean – Rottingdean is home to a variety of unique buildings, from the thatched cottages of the village to the Grade II listed Saltdean Lido. Take the time to explore the village and marvel at the unique architecture.
  • Play a Round at Rottingdean Golf Club – Rottingdean Golf Club is a stunning 18-hole course located on the edge of the village. The course offers stunning views of the sea and is perfect for golfers of all abilities.
  • Take a Trip to Brighton – Brighton is just a short journey away from Rottingdean and is home to a variety of attractions and activities. From the lively nightlife of the North Laine to the stunning architecture of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton is a must-visit destination.
  • Visit the Rottingdean Smuggler's Caves – Located near the beach, the Rottingdean Smuggler's Caves are a network of tunnels and caves which were used by smugglers during the 18th century. The caves are now open to the public and offer a fascinating insight into the history of the area.
  • Enjoy the Local Cuisine – Rottingdean is home to a variety of fantastic restaurants and pubs serving up delicious local cuisine. Whether you're looking for a traditional fish and chips or something a bit more fancy, Rottingdean has something to offer.
  • Explore the Local Markets – Rottingdean has a variety of markets throughout the year, from the weekly farmers' market to the monthly antiques market. Take the time to browse the stalls and pick up some unique local produce.
  • Visit the Rottingdean Whiteway – The Rottingdean Whiteway is a unique path which follows the route of an old railway line. The path is perfect for a leisurely stroll and offers stunning views of the countryside and the sea.
  • Discover the Rottingdean Arts Trail – The Rottingdean Arts Trail is a collection of sculptures and murals which are located throughout the village. The trail is a great way to explore Rottingdean and discover some of the village's hidden gems.

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