The UK's tallest chalk sea cliffs.....
Whilst exploring Sussex here are some sights not to be missed for stunning scenery and walks: Please be aware much of the area is fenceless.
Seven Sisters Country Park, Eastbourne – 10.6 Miles (17 Km)
Visible from miles away along the coast, the rippling chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters lie at the easternmost end of the new park. Backed by open grassland and a beautiful river valley (the Cuckmere), some 280 hectares of East Sussex countryside make up the Seven Sisters Country Park, with canoeing, birdwatching, cycling and walking all on offer.
Birling Gap 9 Miles (14.4 Km)
The February 2014 storms caused 7 years of erosion, daily mail link.
Cuckmere Haven 10.6 Miles (17 Km)
Sandwiched between Eastbourne and Seaford, Cuckmere Haven is an area of flood plains where the South Downs meets the English Channel – with stunning results. The track snakes down the valley by the twists and turns of the River Cuckmere, which opens out at a shingle beach offering dramatic views of the Seven Sisters – towering white chalk cliffs that dro
Belle Tout Lighthouse 9.2 Miles (14.8 Km)
In 1999 Erosion left the lighthouse only 3 metres from the edge of the cliff, the lighthouse was lifted up and moved 17 metres back on metal rails before being let down onto a new foundation. The light house now operates as a successful bed and breakfast.