Worthing accommodation: a classic British seaside town
With its beaches centred in front of the pier, the area offers the traditional features of an English coastal town, including plenty of fish,chips,candy floss and arcades. Stroll down the promenade and enjoy the fresh sear air, whilst browsing the many individual art stores. For those interested in arts and history, Worthing is a particularly intriguing town to visit. Also holding literary culture, authors Oscar Wilde and Jane Austen both lived in Worthing for part of their lives – both of which have sites that can be visited. Visit the Worthing Museum and Art Gallery or take a trip to the theatre. Perhaps stay in Worthing holiday cottages and visit one of Britain's oldest functioning cinemas, The Dome. The town also offers numerous restaurants, shopping and even water sports for those who want to brave the British sea – visitors can learn to surf and kite surf at Worthing – in fact, it is considered one of the best kite-surfing spots in the United Kingdom. The town is well-connected, and the city of Chichester can be reached in under half an hour by train. Located just below the South Downs National Park - stretching across southern England for 140km - visitors can spend a day amongst the green rolling hills, exploring the walking and cycling trails and enjoying the fantastic views. You don't even have to leave the town to enjoy the peaceful green scenery - visit Highdown Gardens, a parkland over-looking the Downs, featuring many rare and beautiful plants.