Plot a course down mid-eighteenth century Chapel Street, exploring independent antiques and art shops as you go. Make sure to stop in at clothing and crafts shop No.56 to rifle through its locally-sourced homewares. As you head down towards the seafront, admire the pleasingly flamboyant Grade-I listed Egyptian House, a rare example of Egyptian Revival architecture from the 1830s which sticks out like an ornate sore thumb amid the brickwork. Arrive at art deco stunner Jubilee Lido (open from late July) which sits beside the surf. This is the largest seawater pool in the UK, and was opened in 1935, the year of King George V’s Silver Jubilee. Community-run and community-owned since 2017, it boasts a vast but chilly main pool, a learners’ pool, and a thermally heated smaller pool. Perhaps you have time for a dip?