Situated between the towns of Seaford and Eastbourne, the peaks of the chalk cliffs that make up Seven Sisters offer spectacular views of the Southern British coast. The surrounding Seven Sisters Country Park is a great place to talk an adventurous walk in a landscape that changes with every step you take.
Camber Sands is the only system of dunes in East Sussex, and popular with practitioners of many kite-related sports. An iconic part of the Sussex landscape, the dunes are widely recognisable as a location in numerous films such as Dunkirk and The Theory of Everything.
The Bluebell Railway runs a 22 mile train service that is arguably one of the best ways for you to experience the county. On selected dates throughout the year the railway offers special service including silver service dining, afternoon teas, and Real Ale evenings.
Constructed during The Hundred Years War, Bodiam Castle is a spectacular sight. Complete with moat and imposing round towers, it is every bit the quintessential medieval castle. The castle is open to visit throughout the year, and promises to be an ideal day out any history lover.
Battle Abbey was constructed on what is arguably one of the most famous sites in the UK, the site of the Battle of Hastings (1066). Built by the Normans following their conquest, the altar of the abbey’s church was placed on the spot King Harold II was supposed to have fallen.