Splash, sail and windsurf at Hove Lagoon Watersports.
Hove’s history with pleasure boats dates to the early 19th century, when aristocrats first turned to the seaside area for tourism. However, it’s doubtful that any Victorian royal could have envisioned doing flips on a wakeboard at 20 miles per hour, or touring the coast in a roaring powerboat.
The centre’s placid lagoon is a great spot for learning how to sail a dinghy, or for getting the hang of windsurfing. Try stand up paddle boarding in calm ocean shallows, or venture into more challenging waves.
What if you’re not into aquatic exertion? You can always just relax on the welcoming sands of the centre’s beach.
Hove Lagoon is a 40 minute walk or a 5 minute drive from the hotel.