Seven Sisters Country Park, Seaford
Categories: Nature & Parks
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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Impressionanti e maestose, uniche nel loro genere. Non ho altre parole per descrivere la sensazione che la loro vista mi ha procurato. Uno scenario anche abbastanza inquietante avendo poi scoperto che... read more »Impressive and majestic, unique in their kind. I have no other words to describe the feeling that their sight got me. Also pretty disturbing scenario having then discovered that attracts souls who decide to go next door to the rocks. A thought went to them.show original
Wow, we recently spent a week in a cottage in East Dean (a 10 minute drive from SSC visitors centre) I don't really know where to start on this review other than to say the walks we did were wonderful... read more »
Remarkable that this attracts tourists from all over the world. A good selection of natural and man-made habitats and geographical features and challenging switchback walking. Don't go too near the ed... read more »
Exquisite area of outstanding natural beauty, great for walks/hikes, cycling and learning about nature for all ages and abilities. There is also a wonderful pub, The Cuckmere (formerly Golden Galleon) and a visitors centre for at Friston Forest.
Beautiful location with a mix of activities available; gentle stroll along the river to the sea, ascend the cliffs for the magnificent views or hike through the forest on the trails. Tearooms and a pub make for a refreshing break afterwards. If you have a car head for the Eight Bells pub at Jevington, not far and great food and beer garden.
Stunning views. Lovely fresh air. Good pubs. Well worth an explore!
It was a gourgous walk full of amazing view. I would definitely come back again.
Beautiful place for a day trip, easy or a bit harder hiking trails, lovely beach and breathtaking views from the seven sisters cliff.
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