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Car hire in Worthing

Car hire in Worthing

Located on the south coast of England, Worthing is a large seaside town found within the county of [Sussex]. A network of A-roads connect to the nearby M23 motorway, which provides easy access to other UK destinations.

What I need to know

Worthing car hire is easy, with a few suppliers to choose from. Booking with Holiday Autos means you will benefit from our experience of helping over five million customers across more than 170 countries, as well as free cancellation and no credit card fees.

Where to pick up my car

All of Worthing's car hire firms can be found in convenient town centre locations. Once you have made your booking, check with your supplier to find out exactly where to pick up your vehicle. Altermatively, you can hire a car at London Gatwick Airport (LGW).

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  • “The pick-up was easy, it took 5 minutes from arriving at the desk to driving out the car, and the return took even less time.”
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Where to go

Worthing's coastal location means it is a great place to enjoy the seafront, either by walking along the pier or promenade. There's a number of great walking and cycling routes to enjoy inland as well, along with Worthing's shops, parks and museums.

Nearby Worthing

Around 22 km to the east is the popular seaside town of Brighton, a resort that offers numerous shops, bars and clubs to enjoy. Continue along the coast and you will reach Eastbourne, while around 60 km to the west is the port city of Portsmouth.

Longer drives

London is around 98 km away by car, meaning you can easily explore everything the capital has to offer. Oxford, the famous university city, is 191 km away, while Bath, another historic town, is 185 km by car.

Eating and drinking

Worthing is home to a wide range of both independent and chain restaurants and pubs, meaning there's plenty to choose from. Everything from traditional British food like fish and chips to European cuisine is available, meaning visitors will not be short of options.

Things to do

Take a walk along Worthing Pier, where you can take in local art, enjoy an ice cream or just admire the views. Staying close to the water, you can head to one of Worthing's water sports clubs, where visitors can learn how to sail or kitesurf.


Head to High Salvington Windmill, a working mill dating back to approximately 1750, or follow one of the 12 self-guided Heritage Trails that take in a lot of the town's major sights. The South Downs National Park also offers some great walking routes, including the South Downs Way Walk.


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