Perhaps you’re the sort of sun chaser that needs a good holiday to look forward to whatever time of year it is. Or you’re a beach enthusiast with the get up and go for yoga on the seafront. Or maybe you have several pin boards of coastline getaways. Hove could be the place for you! A beach town with a real fresh feel, Hove is flourishing with ambitious young professionals, endless cultural finesse and seaside views to send you spinning. Hove is a real gem on the West Sussex coastline.
Whether its waterskiing, wakeboarding or parasailing you fancy trying out, Hove Lagoon offers it. Perfect if you’re looking for a fresh start and some new hobbies to get stuck into, there are a range of spots around here that will ensure all your moments are filled with a touch of exhilaration. Just like nearby Brighton, Hove is renowned for its blue seas lapping pebble beaches and of course the unmistakable promenade. Lined with pastel beach huts, Hove is sweeter than the ice cream they whip up and captures even the most wandering of imaginations. And once you’re all tired out from battling the sea air, there are plenty of quirky eateries like the Hove Park Cafe to refuel you until supper.
Don’t worry! If you’ve skipped past Hove Lagoon because you’re not the sporty type, this isn’t more sea related physical activities. B.O.A.T is The Brighton Open Air Theatre and is located smack bang in the middle of Hove, screening all your favourites under the stars. With a night sky like no other on the whimsical South Coast you can be guaranteed to be blown away by not only the on-screen action but the scenes above you too. A popular visit for tourists and residents alike, this film buff’s dream is a real highlight of the area. And if art and culture are your thing Hove is a haven for all things intellectually stimulating, with Hove museum and Art Gallery, the contemporary Cameron Art Gallery and St Helen’s Church all being neat little gems of culture along this south coast.
Breakfast by the beach for days
If there’s one thing about life in Hove it’s their community of young professionals, work-from-homers and business entrepreneurs that make up the colourful population here. Unlike Brighton, this area is far more focussed on the residents rather than the tourists and the friendly little cafes and bars that welcome any newbies in town, are simply delicious for the stomach and the soul.
With a real sense of local business support and inclusive, forward-thinking mindset, Hove’s population lies at its heart and are shaping this town into a unique little hotspot on a beautiful English Coastline. View all of our properties available through shared ownership in Brighton and Hove here.View properties for sale in Hove