Crawley is found in the county of West Sussex. Here, the chalky hills of the South Downs and the English Weald pepper a splendid, wooded and mainly agricultural landscape. Bordered by the famous counties of Surrey, Kent and East Sussex, West Sussex is an ode to nature.
Walk just a few steps, a few metres along the long College Road in order to appreciate the charm and tranquillity Crawley offers. Spacious and airy, the city stands at the whim of green avenues and brick houses, according to British tradition in its strictest sense. Crawley, too and primarily boasts a certain art de vivre, a clear-cut idea of tranquillity right at the heart of the city.
It is normal to be greeted by numerous cyclists pacing along the city centre roads or to glimpse students from Central Sussex College.
Crawley is a new city, both in terms of its history and its population. In this context, it has cleverly developed numerous sport and leisure infrastructures, boosting the population growth and making the city very appealing. K2 Crawley is a perfect example of this focus on jazzing up the city centre. A whole host of sports activities are offered to constantly entertain the entire family.
In terms of culture, the city offers a wealth of choice, notably thanks to the fantastic theatre, The Hawth. A local symbol representative of the population's attachment to music, music halls and comedy, putting on numerous shows throughout the year. Tilgate Park is a further establishment, emblematic of the location. A genuine oasis of greenery which encircles Tilgate Lake and which boasts preserved wildlife, least forgetting majestic tranquillity.
Crawley is the place for a typically English getaway, brimming with charm.