PORTSMOUTH. A great port steeped in history and fun, sun, sports and an everchanging seascape.
Four counties — East Sussex, Kent, Surrey, West Sussex — make up the SOUTH EAST. So there’s no lack of variety for the holidaymaker. Here you’ll find super seaside resorts, famous cathedrals, castles, historic buildings, beautiful countryside, delightful villages; a wealth of art, architecture, culture and sport; shopping, top class entertainment and good food. What’s more, London is never more than 2 hours away wherever you are. Holiday literature pack including Events Calendar 10p (34), or with
‘Whereto stay in South East England’ 50p.
Young and old alike enjoy WO RTH I NG r on the warm south coast. As well as all the natural attractions of a seaside resort, there are lots of sports and entertainments to enjoy and it’s an ideal base from which to explore all of Sussex.
Variety is the secret of SOUTHEND-ON-SEA. Here you can spend one minute in the quaint surroundings of Old Leigh, the next shopping for London sophistication in Southend’s center. Lunch in a quiet old-world pub, then dine and dance the night away at any number of excellent restaurants. Join in the sporting life — sail, swim, play golf or tennis or just laze on a beach ; visit theatres and museums; and stroll through the parks (the summer flowers are outstanding). Whether you go there to spend a weekend, a week or longer, Southend’s memory will linger on.
Just over an hour by train from London is FOLKESTONE on the sunny South Kent coast. One of the Shepway Holiday Towns it boasts a world-famous cliff top promenade, delightful picnic area, a fishing harbor and a safe sandy beach. As for entertainments : there are no less than 3 live shows each night, cinemas, daily military band concerts, discos and every type of sporting activity. And if you want a change, you can pop over to France on a no-passport day trip ! Plenty of first class hotels, guesthouses and good restaurants, too.
Few places can boast such totally unspoilt natural beauty as the SUFFOLK COAST. Along 40 miles of coastline — long stretches of it quite untouched — you come across charming coastal towns such as Aldeburgh (famous for its festival), Dunwich, Thorpeness and Orford; whilst a few miles inland, historic towns like Framlingham and Woodbridge delight visitors to them as does the lovely river scenery. Then, of course, there’s the lively town of Felixstowe, the coast’s Garden Resort, with its safe beach
and entertainments for all the family.
Internationally famous, stylishly English, sophisticated and fun, BOURNEMOUTH is mile upon mile of golden sands, beautiful parks and gardens, superb shops and hotels, fabulous entertainment and sports, and a great touring centre.
Your Sealink choice is as wide as the English Channel
Sealink has more of everything; more mutes, more ships, more sailings and morechoice.
WARWICH TO THE HOOK OF HOLLAND
DOVER TO OSTEND
FOLKESTONE TO OSTEND
DOVER TO DUNKERQUE WEST
DOVER TO CALAIS
FOLKESTONE TO CALAIS
DOVER TO BOULOGNE
FOLKESTONE TO BOULOGNE NEWHAVEN TO DIEPPE WEYMOUTH TO CHERBOURG
And as well as the greatest choice of routes and sailings, Sealink has lots of holiday bargain offers this year.
Collect the Sealink ’77 Brochure today from your travel agent, motoring organisation or principal rail station. It has all the facts you need.