Southsea, which got its name from the 16th century Southsea Castle, became a fashionable destination for bathing and other seaside leisure activities in the early 19th century. Today, it remains a vibrant, traditional resort town with plenty of visitor attractions.
Southsea beach stretches from Old Portsmouth to Easthey. The beach itself is made up mainly of flinty shingle, although a stretch of sand is exposed at low tide.
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Love Southsea’s street market in Palmerston Road takes place every first weekend of the month.
The markets – which are now in their fifth year – always feature an excitingly diverse range of traders, creatives, and street food stalls, tied together with a friendly community atmosphere and led by Love Southsea’s ‘keep the pound in Pompey’ ethos!