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Seven Sisters Country Park

Exceat, Seaford BN25 4AD, England
+44 1323 870280
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Exceat, Seaford BN25 4AD, England
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Reviewed yesterday

Most scenic part of Seaford to Eastbourne walk is Cuckmere Haven to Beachy Head, which takes you through Seven Sisters Country Park (basically a footpath). Birling Gap is halfway along this stretch and has parking, cafe and toilets. For averagely fit walker it is best...More

Thank steveH51
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Reviewed yesterday

beautiful walk, astonishing view once arrived at sea front and absolutely recommendable, start from cockmere inn, much better on the rocks, than from the oder side, go by bus it's as fast as going by car, take the x-line from north street in brighton, it's...More

Thank RuediWyss
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Visited today and thought the views walking in the fields and by there seaside cottages were great. If you have children and/or are with elderly, be advised that the paths are very “rough”; definitely need a good pair of waking shoes. I really wish they...More

Thank Veronique L
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Great walk with parents and kid. The weather was not ideal but the view was still great. Comfortable wear and shoes are required. Pushchair is accessable until the beach.

Thank Ying Z
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Great walk and lots of paths so you can vary how long the walk you take. Suitable for wheelchairs in most parts. The car park was a squeeze and cost £3.60 for two hours which is more than is advertised but relatively reasonable. Lovely day...More

Thank oliviamsm
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A great walk with spectacular views. Wear comfortable shoes. The paths are not all smooth. If you take the beach path the stones along the beach can be challenging to navigate. The view is great and you can walk right up to the white cliffs...More

Thank travelgirl201077
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Not to be missed. Fantastic experience for kids as well as for the parents. Very cold water though! Easy drive from London.

Thank KingaBronski
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A group of us walked from Seaford to Eastbourne across this wonderful Park yesterday. It was busy towards the Seaford end and at Birling Gap but otherwise not so much. Visibility was good and the chalk cliffs looked resplendent in the sunshine. There were lots...More

Thank Gakeitse
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Absolutely gorgeous. You could sit here for hours and admire the natural beauty of ocean and cliffs. Leaves you breathless. The visitor centre is very informative giving you tips as per your requirements. There is a nice small cafe inside. Carry enough water. The best...More

Thank Euphoria26
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Although we were welcomed with grey skies and rain, we enjoyed the walk - easy and you get to soak up beautiful nature. Do visit on a sunny day though. :)

Thank Jasna B
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claracardillo
16 March 2018|
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Response from HoneyMonsterontour | Reviewed this property |
If you are using public transport from Brighton catch bus 12,12a or 12x all going to Eastbourne - the 12x is a little faster. I don't think you need to join a group.
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Deyanza H
21 September 2017|
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Response from Pavla R | Reviewed this property |
Go ahead :)
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150jennyn
11 August 2017|
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Response from 708Robin | Reviewed this property |
It depends on where you are coming from, as you want to see the Seven Sisters from both sides of the Cuckmere..Have a look at the pictures I posted and you can see the difference.
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