Brighton, 86 km away from London city, has remained one of the UK's most faddish seaside destinations throughout the years. The seaside walk is all filled with cafes, shops, candy shops, souvenir shops, stores, art shops and many exciting things on the go. A promenade is elevated above the shops and have a spacious broadway, with separate Bike-Way.
The main feature of the Brighton seafront is its pebbly beach. The pebbles are naturally made due to geological reasons. There are some studies which say that the stone found in this area is lime stone, and not hard stone. The hard stone at the shores make the beaches sandy during the proces of erosion of hard rocks. Due to this lime stone, it does not break down into sand, the soft limestone crumbles, and either makes a limey mud, or disolves. The hard flint in the chalk provides the source for the pebbles, almost all of the pebbles on beaches in this area are flint.
The Summer is best time of the year to hang out on seafront. Everybody can be seen on beach chilling, surfing, skating and biking. Everybody can enjoy here. There are good pubs, discos for young people, play park and swimming pool for kids, and quiet ambient cafes, places for the one who wants to enjoy reading; and all the beach to enjoy sunbaths.
So anybody and everybody can enjoy this seafront holiday.