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Undercliff Walk, Brighton
Categories: Hiking Trails, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Walk, cycle, and enjoy the sea air at Undercliff Walk, a popular scenic coastal walk stretching from Brighton Marina to Saltdean. This area is of special historical and geological interest, containing fossils of mammoths, woolly rhinos, and hippos. The iconic chalk and flint cliffs, which have become a symbol of East Sussex and Kent, are propped up by a concrete seawall. A broad promenade tops the wall, providing walkers with unobstructed views of the cliffs and the sea. The walk is about 4.8 km (3 mi) long, and passes through the picturesque village of Rottingdean, famous for its tea shops and small restaurants. On sunny days the glare from the cliffs can be quite intense, so don’t forget to bring your sunglasses. Put Undercliff Walk into our Brighton itinerary planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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beautiful walk along the cliff from rottingdean to brighton. very relaxing day and nice sea views along the entire route
The walk is great if your walking, running or cycling. Walkers have priority but it now attracts many types of activities. There is no traffic or noise except the constant sound of the sea breaking on... read more »
Walked with a friend from Brighton to the Vic Pub in Rottingdean (there and back 7 miles). The weather wasn't great but the coast line and cliffs are scenic. The path is superb for people who may need... read more »
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