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Seaford Beach, Seaford

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  • Seaford beach is pebbled and a non-commercial beach, meaning it's frequented by locals; families, children, teenagers to OAPs who position their deck chairs near the wall for sun and protection from t...  more »
  • Unlike other coastal beaches along the coast of the English channel is Seaford beach, very quiet and peaceful. There is plenty of parking along the several kilometers long pebbled beach. At the eastern end of the beach there is a kiosk with single serving, there are also colourful beach huts, as well as the opportunity to look at bird colonies nesting along with kalkstensväggarna, which grow sharply up from the beach up to the natural reserve of Seven Sisters. This is also the Seaford museum, in an old defense tower, and the large fields which annually accommodates the local defense day, when the Union Jack waving in the wind in hundreds of copies. The West side of the beach subsides gradually when approaching the neighbouring town, Newhaven, a small port town on the road to the coast's big magnet, Brighton. There are simpler canteens and kiosks along the way and a paved walking paths. The buildings along the Seaford waterfront is not nearly as attractive as those of well-known creme-colored in Brighton. But rehabilitation is done gradually. The entire part of Seaford, which was closest to the water were bombed in the war, and that is why none of the fancy buildings still standing, was built when the track built and the city became a pleasure for Londoners (before the war). Thanks to the train, it's easy to get here. You can train a couple of times an hour from Brighton, and buses as well. The bus journey from Brighton to Seaford is in itself worth the trip. Lovely views of the coast and sea, particularly if one sits on the second floor of the double-deckers. It takes about 45 minutes by bus to get here from Brighton, and half an hour by train. It is not far to walk from the train station through the town to the beach. The drawback for those who want to swim is to small stone can do pretty evil under the feet, unless one is wearing thongs, and the water is also fairly strong current, but that doesn't stop many of the locals to take daily dip, many do it all year round. The beach is also popular with anglers, dog owners and walkers who gladly taking in the landscape's beauty without the rides and the high level of music that is impossible to escape in Brighton and other cities with entertainment Pier.
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  • Visited on a cold December afternoon. Waves were high and beach deserted. However it was an incredible scene with the high ground towards Newhaven.