Combe Haven Holiday Park is at the center of all the main attractions.
There are so many things to do in Sussex such as exploring the historic castles or some of the many attractions that abound. On the south coast you will find some great seaside towns.
1066 Battle of Hastings- newly opened Gatehouse and visit the rooftop viewing platform, with a stunning panoramic view out across the town and the 1066 landscape.
Arundel Wetland Centre - is surrounded by ancient woodlands, deep in the Sussex Downs.
Chessington World of Adventures Resort - come and see giraffe, rhinos and flamingos on ZUFARI: Ride into Africa!,
Harbour Park - this family arcade and attraction is right next to the Seaside Awarded sandy beach of Littlehampton.
Thorpe Park Theme Park - if you want to test your own nerves? With some of the highest, fastest, steepest rides in the country.
Blue Reef Aquarium - here at Portsmouth – there’s a whole host of creatures to be discovered!
Devil's Dyke - a stunning spot where you can enjoy great walks, bike riding or even flying your kite.
Bodiam Castle - has spent centuries as one of the best loved and best known castles in England.
Camber Sands - you can enjoy seven miles of sandy beach edged with dunes protecting the village of Camber.
Drusillas Zoo Park - from exploring the zoo animals, to hands-on activities and the many play areas and rides to boot.
Hastings - a town steeped with history, Hastings is known as 1066 Country after the Battle of Hastings.
Hastings Cliffs - drawn to the magnificent scenery, the dramatic views and the wealth of activities offered in the area.
Hastings Beach - a shingle beach with a promenade and entertainments on the pier to enjoy.
Rye - this is a beautiful quaint town with cobbled streets, lovely Georgian and Tudor houses. Great old world shops, cafes, and more.