Written by Amélie Van Hoecke
What does summer stand for? Traveling, sunsets, remote beaches, cocktails, …
What does summer stand for when we are still officially in a pandemic? PCR tests, covid passport, mouth masks…
We should not be too negative as traveling was still possible and we were able to spread our wings again and explore (some) places with (some) restrictions.
Among our wolves we noticed this wanderlust as well, find out what we were up to this summer and get inspired for an upcoming trip!
Discover the Southern Coast of England with Sophie
The Sussex County tends not to be on many people their holiday destination wish list, but what is not to love about the impressive English coastal scenery? The largest city in the county is Brighton. You can immerse in the city its rich history and visit the many alternative shops and cafes. As it is still a beachside resort, the area is ideal for watersports. Did you know that the water temperature of the English Channel near the coast of Brighton is actually quite warm? You can compare it to the Mediterranean see, so together with the wind makes it the perfect sport for windsurfing and sailing.
More inland, there are plenty of picturesque villages worth a visit. Arundel is a must do, a visit to the Arundel Castle will bring you right back to the medieval Victorian England. Lastly, you cannot travel to England without a visit to a traditional English pub, so enjoy the tradition and have some fish and chips together with a pint.