Seven Sisters Beachy Head and Alfriston
Explore the best of the South Downs National Park
We explore the very best of Britain's newest national park, and one of its finest unspoilt coastlines. Found at the point where the South Downs meets the sea, the Sisters were created when ancient rivers cut valleys into the chalk, creating seven peaks. At 531ft above sea level, Beachy Head is the highest chalk sea cliff in the UK. Alfriston is one of England's most picturesque villages, and a great place for a traditional cream tea. A legendary beauty spot on the South Downs, Devil’s Dyke, just five miles north of Brighton, offers stunning panoramas. At nearly a mile long, the Dyke valley is the longest, deepest and widest 'dry valley' in the UK.
12 - 40
- Return travel by executive coach / minibus
- Guided walk in Seven Sisters Country Park with free time to explore at leisure
- Visit Birling Gap Beach for great views of the famous chalk cliffs
- Afternoon stop in beautiful Alfriston Village with opportunity to have a cream tea
- Photostop at Devil's Dyke, the legendary beauty spot on the South Downs
- Scenic drive to Beachy Head with great views of Eastbourne
It's a 45 minute drive from Brighton to the Seven Sisters Country park. On arrival we enjoy a 90 minute circular walk to the beach and back for great views of the chalk cliffs. We also have plenty of free time to explore at our leisure. We continue to Birling Gap Beach where we can enjoy more stunning views (WC and cafe with refreshments available here)
Departing Birling Gap we continue our scenic drive to Beachy Head, arriving in the beautiful village of Alfriston in the early afternoon. We enjoy a brief guided walk through the village before having the opportunity to enjoy a cream tea or relax in a country pub. We return back home via a photostop at Devils Dyke.