Personalised English CoursesIn British Coastal Resorts
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England’s coastal towns offer a range of great cultural and natural attractions. Highlights include local breweries, gardens, cathedrals, museums, and theme parks, as well as some of the most ‘English’ villages (and pubs!) in the whole country.
England has some of the most striking coastline and magnificent beaches to be found anywhere in Europe, with coastal towns bustling with activity throughout the year.
Why study your English Course in coastal resort?
Top 10 reasons to take an English course in an English coastal resort
- A perfect way venture away from London all towns in south east England have excellent rail links to London, but far enough away from the big city to provide a truly relaxing and immersive English study environment. When you study English here you can do and see more than you could elsewhere.
- Often referred to as London by the Sea, Brighton is famous as an alternative, free-thinking city that isn’t afraid to go its own way – it is the only city in the country to have a Green Party Member of Parliament. The city is focussed on its seafront and beach, and it is a popular place to play beach sports and a perfect place to learn English.
- Hastings is most famous as the sight of the Battle of 1066, when the Normans invaded England, Hastings has always been an important fishing port and still has the largest beach-based fishing fleet in England. Hastings has a range of traditional English pubs – perfect for those with a taste for English ale and fine food, and for the beach lovers out there, the 5 mile stretch of golden Camber Sands.
- Bournemouth is a city on the south coast of England, which research has shown is the happiest place in the country! The city developed as a holiday resort during the 19th century, and today plays host to both day-trippers from other cities in southern England and long-term visitors from further afield. This location is best for its long sandy beaches – if it’s the sound of crashing waves and a relaxed environment that you want, this is the place for you!
- Broadstairs and Margate are lovely Old Seaside Towns, famous for its natural sights – including the white cliffs, with the castle just above. In the towns, get lost amongst the traditional shops and stone cottages or stop for a tasty snack or delicious dinner in one of the many excellent pubs and restaurants. There is also the Charles Dickens House Museum and the famous Turner Contemporary Art Gallery.
- You will get a real experience of British cultural life when staying in a coastal town like historic Chichester, beautiful Arundel and charming Eastbourne. For those that like Military English history then a trip to Portsmouth isn’t complete without visiting the Royal Naval Docks and visit the original ship of Admiral Nelson from 1805.
- Do you love sailing? Then don’t miss Cowes Week on the Isle of Wight in August, as it’s the oldest and most celebrated regatta in England, packed full of racing, competition and entertainment.
- Smuggling and pirates were all part of life along the Coastal towns of England. Smugglers Caves, home to Hastings historic industry of smuggling is a fascinating place to visit.
- Torquay: Called the English Riviera this is a great location to learn English. Set in a bay it is a lovely place to study, meet the locals and explore the fishing towns of Devon.
- You will be completely surrounded by the language. Your English will improve without you even realising it as everywhere you go you will see and hear English at all times. And of course, once it warms up, choose from one of the hundreds of beaches that run all the way around the South East!