6 great walks on the Sussex coast
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A selection of walks that takes in some of the most iconic spots along the coastlines of the English Channel
Brighton Promenade to Ovingdean
The Undercliff Walk runs for three miles from Brighton Marina to Rottingdean and then Saltdean, you're rewarded with fabulous sea views and pretty wild flowers.
Another walk starting from Brighton Marina and taking in a section of the Undercliff Walk , this time we stray sligthly from the promenade and head inland.
While the iconic coastline and famous cliffs are a big enough incentive to undertake this walk, you're also walking in a nature reserve so expect to see plenty of wildlife, maybe even a peregine up above.
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Start inland at the Seven Sisters Country Park car park and head towards the the iconic viewing point at Cuckmere Haven, where can enjoy splendid views of the Seven Sisters Cliffs.
Beachy Head is the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain, this means you can enjoy some breathtaking views across the English Channel.
While the most famous stretches of coatsline lie in East Sussex, it doesn't mean that West Sussex is doesn't have places you should visit. Head to the Hampshire/Sussex border at Bosham.
All the routes were correct at the time of publication, over time access to certain parts of the walk may be subject to change.