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. Put Seven Sisters Country Park and other Seaford attractions into our Seaford day trip website , and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • August 18, 2017
    Car parked on parking by visitors center at Birking gap (1 lb for 1 hour, 2.50 for 3 hours parking, coin money needed). From there you are within 5 minutes at a vantage point and you can also by stairs down to the beach (with boulders, so not for people with walking difficulties). We are over the rocks in the direction of Beachy head. Beautiful views. Though steep climb path is fine, but passable.
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  • August 18, 2017
    Although a little off the beaten bath, it is completely worth the drive. Pack a picnic, walk up the cliff and eat while enjoying the view then head down to the rocky beach, get your toes wet, and enjo...  more »
  • August 17, 2017
    We started of at the Birling Gap and walked up to Beachy Head and back - was an absolutely wonderful half day (in great weather) for our fam of 5 - kids aged 9,7 and 5. Relatively easy walk, great vie...  more »
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  • We went for a lovely walk to the park on Sunday to work up an appetite before dinner. My brother and his family live nearby and decided to show us around, warning that it was always very windy. Dressed appropriately, we set off along the footpath bathed in sunlight with a nice, gentle breeze, feeling somewhat over dressed! Nevermind. it was a lovely walk to the beach, along the footpath - there is also a nice, wide, concrete pathway if the weather is wet. We made it to the beach and spent some time throwing stones into the sea - well, you have to really - and eating our croissants before heading back to the car. If we had more time, we would have ventured up onto the downs and explored further - maybe next time!
  • Take to the hills to enjoy the view of the meandering River Cuckmere with its oxbow lakes. Search for the lost village and listen to the song of the Skylarks. Feel the bracing ocean winds and marvel at the magnificent Seven Sisters. Walk back along the river valley and admire the flora and fauna of this very special place. Take the kids and let them run free but not too close to the cliffs. There are livestock grazing so dogs may have to walk on leads.
  • Such a peaceful tranquil lovely place! would recommend this place. Parking you have to pay for, which is £3 for 2 hours and £4 over 2 hours but it's well worth it!
  • The south coast is stunning another country park is a gorgeous walk, great for wearing the kids out. Only part if it good for buggies and wheelchairs. And not a hope of getting a hot drink if you do have wheels, as cafe is not easily accessible. However, just take a flask and enjoy the view.
  • Great views of the East Sussex countryside on a clear day, complete with well served restaurant and clean bathrooms at the Visitor's center. You can also go canoeing though the river Cuckmere or enjoy a beach/coastal walk, would recommend visiting to any family.

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