Eastbourne beach

Eastbourne is a large town in East Sussex, on the south coast of England between Brighton and Hastings. It is in the county of Sussex. It is a place where people go on holiday and also where non-English speakers go to learn English. It is at the eastern end of the chalk hills called the South Downs, and next to the high cliff at Beachy Head. The town was built in the early 19th century for people to visit the seaside. A railway station was built in 1849.


Eastbourne lies next to chalk hills called the South Downs. The famous chalk cliffs Beachy Head is in the town. Eastbourne's architecture and buildings are mainly from the Victorian and Georgian periods. Eastbourne has recently built a marina called Sovereign Harbour which makes the town bigger.

Other Languages
Afrikaans: Eastbourne
العربية: إيستبورن
asturianu: Eastbourne
تۆرکجه: ایست‌بورن
беларуская: Істбарн
български: Истборн
català: Eastbourne
Cebuano: Eastbourne
čeština: Eastbourne
Cymraeg: Eastbourne
dansk: Eastbourne
Deutsch: Eastbourne
eesti: Eastbourne
emiliàn e rumagnòl: Eastbourne
English: Eastbourne
español: Eastbourne
Esperanto: Eastbourne
français: Eastbourne
한국어: 이스트본
Bahasa Indonesia: Eastbourne, East Sussex
íslenska: Eastbourne
italiano: Eastbourne
עברית: איסטבורן
қазақша: Истборн
Kiswahili: Eastbourne
Latina: Eastburnum
lietuvių: Istbornas
magyar: Eastbourne
Bahasa Melayu: Eastbourne
Nederlands: Eastbourne
norsk: Eastbourne
norsk nynorsk: Eastbourne
polski: Eastbourne
português: Eastbourne
română: Eastbourne
Runa Simi: Eastbourne
русский: Истборн
Scots: Eastbourne
slovenčina: Eastbourne
ślůnski: Eastbourne
српски / srpski: Истборн
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Eastbourne
suomi: Eastbourne
svenska: Eastbourne
Türkçe: Eastbourne
українська: Істборн
Tiếng Việt: Eastbourne
Volapük: Eastbourne
吴语: 伊斯特本
粵語: 義本
中文: 伊斯特本