Drawn to the magnificent scenery, the dramatic views and the wealth of activities offered in the area, visitors of all ages find relaxation and excitement here.
Beachy Head is famous for its white cliffs and the dramatic, undulating coastline created by the Seven Sisters but there is much more to explore. A short walk inland brings you to the village of East Dean, where the Tiger Inn, Hiker’s Rest, Thai Terre and a world-class deli surround a quaint village green. Beachy Head beer is brewed a short hop down the road.
East Dean is also home to a thriving community of artists, and the wider area is a hotspot for bird watchers catching a glimpse of migrating birds. Mountain bikers are at home in Friston Forest and kayakers and canoeists enjoy the sheltered waters of Cuckmere Haven.
Beachy Head is also close to the South Downs Way, a national treasure of a trail that runs for 100 miles between Winchester and Eastbourne. So whether you’re into walking, cycling or horse riding, the South Downs Way offers an incredible opportunity. So when you visit Beachy Head, be sure to explore!