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Seven Sisters Country Park, Seaford
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Explore the chalk cliffs, reminiscent of the Cliffs of Dover, at Seven Sisters Country Park. This protected park provides 280 hectares (690 acres) for outdoor activities. Go for a walk or bike ride along the paths, look for birds wading on the beach, or spot the grazing animals along the meadows. See the commanding views of the coast at the apex of the Sisters themselves. Take the easy trail to the beach and try your hand at fishing. To get a view of the seven sisters from a distance, go to Seaford Head. Before you head to Seaford, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Seaford vacation planner, to make sure you see all that Seaford has to offer, including Seven Sisters Country Park.
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  • Absolutely stunning location. Breathtaking scenery with a healthy bout of vertigo if you get too close to the edge. Bring a camera as pretty much everywhere you look is worth a picture. One of the mos...  more »
  • Is a terrific place, but you walk a lot. When you arrive the bus drives you ahead album restaurant and you get a little lost, but it's right across the street that you're on the right track. Up front you find two options of "path" or "Beach Park". Who has fear of heights, choose Park, as it is an easy way to get you on top of the mountain. Now who likes adventure will on the beach that you will climb a bit. The view of the place is beautiful! It's worth taking some water or something to eat upstairs, so you can spend more time in place.
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  • The seven sisters at Seaford/Eastbourne are really worth seeing. You can park in the vicinity and must go then maybe another 1km walk :) For us, it was quite cloudy and very windy, but you can look at it anyway in such weather :) Has something mystical :) Possible :) great walks along the cliffs
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  • Truly a site of outstanding natural beauty. Fantastic scenery and views over chalk cliffs and "traditional" English countryside. Great for long walks or cycles with all the family. Peaceful and relaxing!
  • Lots of different walks for all sorts rhe cuckmere meander to the beach is nice for those who have difficulty walking... the white horse way is nice for the more agile and a stroll through west dean village is lovely... to escape the parking wardens use the village approach lane and park in any of the many free laybys... doggies very welcome...
  • Very green and beautiful. It's clean and the air is fresh. No need to be too equipped, though having a jacket would be a good idea. Half of my family were wearing flip flops and didn't have any problems with that. Totally worth going!!
  • Such a beautiful park! There didn't seem to be a dedicated path up to the cliffs from the shore, so expect a bit of a strenuous hike up. Also be sure to bring lots of water and a few snacks if you go!
  • Beautiful but crowded at popular times. Great walks. Great views.