The Coast Has The Most
If you are already fortunate enough to live by the sea, you probably already know how the conversation goes with somebody who doesn't
Them: "So, you live by the sea, do you have a boat?"
You: "Erm, no actually."
Them: "Oh right, well I bet you go swimming all the time in Summer eh?"
You: "Not as much as I should I guess."
Them: "And beach barbeques in hot weather?"
You: "Oh yeah, all the time. Sure. Loads of barbeques. All the time" (by now you are blatantly lying).
And that's the thing. Ask people in Worthing or any seaside town what they'd miss if they left and most people will tell you it would be the sea. But actually live there and a beach visit is usually a rarity.
But you know what? It doesn't matter.
There is something strangely comforting about just knowing it's there if you need it - to clear your head of stress with a walk along the prom, a Sunday barbeque when there are too many people to cram in the garden, for a paddle after a hot day in the office - Worthing-ites may not all go there regularly but it's like oxygen, they'd miss it if it wasn't there.
Its one of the things that gives Worthing it's appeal, to tourists, buyers and residents alike. The coast is the lifeblood of the town and should be enjoyed as often as our busy lives allow.
And we will. Just as soon as it warms up a bit...
Worthing Sea - Front Food And Drink
There are plenty of businesses on Worthing seafront that sell delicious food and drink. There are also numerous bars that you can get happily merry inside!