There are many ways in which to get to Bexhill-on-Sea. Methods of transport and directions are detailed below. Please note that the maps section has now moved to its own page and includes an interactive map and journey planner. View interactive maps of Bexhill.
Served by a good road network Bexhill is little more than 60 miles (100km) from London. The major route is the A21 which is linked to the M25, providing the main route around London. Bexhill can also be approached from the West via the A23, A27 and A259. The coastal road linking the town with the Cross Channel Ports is the A259.By Rail
Frequent trains run from London Victoria (or Charing Cross via St Leonards), and the
journey takes approximately 120 minutes. The coastal service runs the length of the
South Coast and Bexhill is well served by the hourly service from Ashford.
Frequent trains run between Brighton and Bexhill and direct trains run from Bexhill to
You can use the journey planner to work out train journey times and information.
National Express operates regular daily services to Bexhill from Victoria Coach Station, with connections to most cities in the UK.By Ferry and Hovercraft
Bexhill is ideally situated for the ports of Dover (45 miles), Folkstone (38 miles), Newhaven (31 miles) and Ramsgate (50 miles). There are day excursions by coach from Bexhill to France, Holland and Belgium.By Air
The international London Gatwick Airport handles direct flights from all parts of the world, with internal flights operating from the rest of Britain. Gatwick is on the Victoria line, offering a direct link with Bexhill and is les than 50 miles by road. In addition, charter services operate from Lydd Airport (26 miles).By Channel Tunnel
For car drivers "Le Shuttle" connects the South East of England and Northern Europe from Folkstone. Alternatively, take the "Eurostar" Passenger Train to Ashford International and change at Hastings for frequent connections to Bexhill.
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