This quaint little village by the sea is actually still part of the city of Brighton and Hove but has a completely different look and feel.
Surrounded by green fields and full of low Tudor buildings and a history of smuggling.
Aside from many places of historical significance, Rottingdean also has some nice pubs and interesting independent shops to browse.
It's easily accessible along the coast road by bus and, if your boots were made for walking, you can hike to it along the Undercliff Pass from Brighton Marina.
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