Seven Sisters

The Seven Sisters can be found along the South Downs in East Sussex and are a series of chalk cliffs. The Sisters begin very close to Cuckmere Haven, in the West, and end just before Birling Gap in the East.

The Seven Sisters Country Park is named after these famous chalk cliffs and, as part of the South Downs National Park, it is a wonderful place for walking, birdwatching and cycling. It is near Seaford and is a working sheep and cattle farm.

The picture below shows the view of the Seven Sisters across the top of the Coastguard Cottages, looking east. I wonder if the cottages are for holiday rent – I would love to stay there and sample what seems to be a beautiful area!

WOS A6 Landscape

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