Named after the famous chalk cliffs that form part of the Sussex Heritage Coast, Seven Sisters Country Park is a popular location for locals and international visitors who come to experience this magnificent stretch of coastline between Seaford and Eastbourne.
Like other chalk cliffs around Britain, it is slowly being nibbled away by the elements. It’s estimated that between 30-40cm of the coastal edge crumbles away each year.
It is a haven for wildlife, especially migratory birds who enjoy the temperate British summers.
Use these pages to plan your visit to Seven Sisters Country Park.