Worthing has a great selection of hotels, guest houses or self-catering accommodation most places you stay in Worthing, will be within easy walking distance of the promenade. Kick off the day with a good stride out along the wide, flat prom. Stop off at Coast Café for a morning coffee and enjoy taking in the sun’s rays and sea view.
To explore a little further afield why not hire a Donkey Bike (download the app and away you go). A gentle cycle 5kms east and you’ll reach The Perch on Lancing Beach, or beyond (a further 3.5 km) to scenic Shoreham by Sea. Alternatively head west (4km) and you’ll come to popular Sea Lane Café.
A leisurely afternoon can be spent in Worthing Town centre. Enjoy checking out free art exhibitions at Colonnade House Gallery, browse the shops and spend some time at Worthing Museum and Art Gallery where you can enjoy the costume collection, fine art as well as archaeology and local history collections.
When it comes to dinner you’ll find something for every taste in Worthing. With over 60 restaurants listed check out Discover Worthing/ food and drink section for inspiration.
After dinner settle in for a show at one of Worthing’s two theatres or cinemas. Choose from internationally acclaimed shows at the Connaught Theatre or drop in to the Dome Cinema (Shown below)– one of the UK’s oldest working cinemas, there’ll be something for everyone with our ever changing programme of film and theatre – book tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.
After a leisurely breakfast pop on your walking boots and head out of town up to the South Downs National Park and the Iron Age Hill Fort of Cissbury Ring.(below).
Walk the ramparts and enjoy far reaching views in every direction. If the weather permits this is the perfect spot for a picnic.
If you prefer to return to town for lunch why not celebrate your mornings efforts with a locally brewed beers at one of our micro pubs try The Brooksteed or tiny Anchored Inn or settle in for a traditional Sunday Roast in one of our many great pubs – favorites include The Corner House and The Egremont