Seven Sisters

Town wide

  • South Downs, Eastbourne, BN

  • free

  • Mon-Fri, Sat, Sun, 24 hrs

One of the most famous naturally created landmarks in East Sussex, the Seven Sisters are actually a series of dramatic chalk cliffs and dominate this part of the coastline of the English Channel. The Seven Sisters form part of the scenic South Downs area and lie between Eastbourne and Seaford, where they are a part of the Seven Sisters Country Park. These bright chalky cliffs have been featured in television programmes and films many times over the years, such as Kevin's Costner's 1991 movie blockbuster 'Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves', when they were used as a replacement for the white cliffs of Dover. The cliffs on the eastern side of the Cuckmere haven are a much-favoured place to photograph, with their distinctive facade and peaks.

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