Explore Shoreham-by-Sea

Visit Shoreham-by-Sea, a beautiful, historic town situated on the Sussex coast between Brighton and Worthing, with a unique position at the mouth of the River Adur and a backdrop of the South Downs National Park. With so many things to do and see it’s the perfect place for all ages to relax, enjoy and explore. Our Shoreham Visitors Map is a useful guide to a wide and wonderful variety of independent shops with unique gifts, original art and vintage treasures to discover. With the many cafes, restaurants and pubs around the town you will also be spoilt for choice for interesting places to eat and drink. Shoreham is a great destination for cyclists and walkers too and is somewhere to discover new leisure activities including water sports like kite-surfing, canoeing or paddle boarding along the River Adur.

Cross the glass Adur Ferry Bridge to Shoreham Beach to discover the fascinating houseboats, or take a leisurely walk along the boardwalk by the sea to the old fort. Alternatively discover the delights of the Downs Link trail and river walks starting by the Ropetackle Arts Centre, or delve into past at historical sites like the ancient Marlipins Museum, 11th century St Mary de Haura church in the heart of the town, or Shoreham Airport with it’s Art Deco terminal building and spectacular views. Throughout the year you will also find specialist markets, festivals and community events, see our Calendar of Events, so your visit to this vibrant town is sure to be full of delights and surprises.

Check out our interactive Visitor Map and also read all about Shoreham’s Places to Visit

Watch this amazing video by Scott Wright of Dreamshock. It’s enough to take your breath away!