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All reviews national trust seven sisters birling gap car park the cliff rock pools beachy head white cliffs viewing platform coastal erosion pebble beach nt cafe low tide cuckmere haven stunning views information centre well worth a visit
The visitor center is very interesting. Sadly the cliff is receding at a fast rate; there are photos of where it was in 1900 and a line where it is expected to be in the future. The NT volunteer/guide was very friendly and informative.
Great place to park up and start your walk along the seven sisters or just stop by for the views which are amazing. You can also go down the steps to the beach. This is national trust so free to park if you are a...More
Great pace to visit. Plenty of walks and great views. Hotel has good food and drink. Bus open top from Eastbourne goes here and saves you the parking charge and the bus runs to Beachy Head first and here and East Dean an back to...More
My favourite place, it is the the magnificent Seven Sisters the white cliffs that make it. Very often when they want to depict the white cliffs of Dover (which are not that white) what you actually see is the Seven Sisters !. It is a...More
I’m a huge fan of the countryside and the coast.. but burping gap hasn’t really got anything to offer. It’s basically a car park on a cliff, you walk down some metal steps to a oversized pebble beach and not a lot to see :(...More
We parked in Beachy Head Road, Eastbourne and walked the Seven Sisters up to Exceat (Seven Sisters Country Park) AND BACK! Fifteen miles or ups and downs with views to take your breath away!
Any walk along the Sisters is amazing. The Crowlink car park...More
If you are in the area don't miss this wonderful location with access to the beach and cliff tops. Car park, toilets and café by The National Trust. Members park for free. Safe steps down to the shore. Excellent views across the Channel and along...More