Seven Sisters Country Park, Exceat, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 4AD, Tel: 01323 870280, www.sevensisters.org.uk
Seven Sisters Country Park comprises of nearly 700 acres of land. The Park is named after the famous Seven Sisters chalk cliffs
Motcombe Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 1PU, Tel: 0871 6630031
Eastbourne's oldest village in the heart of town features a 12th century pub, St Mary's Church, Pilgrims House, independent shopping streets and the pretty Manor Gardens and Motcombe Park and Lake.
Beachy Head, South Downs, Eastbourne, BN20 7AY, Tel: 01323 415273, Email
Beachy Head is the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain. At 530 feet high, the majestic cliffs provide magnificent views.
Eastbourne, BN20 7YA, Tel: 0871 663 0031, Email
The Downs around Eastbourne are recognised as an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Tourist Information, 187 High Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 2DE, Tel: 01273 483448
Chailey has a 13th century church which is at the heart of the village. Chailey was once famous for its pottery because of its local clay deposits, bricks are still made in this area.
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Tourist Information Centre, 187 High Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 2DE, Tel: 01273 483448
Lewes is a historic town with ancient villages and picturesque downland set in the heart of the South Downs. This part of Sussex is renowned for its history. Lewes has a variety of restaurants, cafes and shops.
Tourist Information, 37 Church Street, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 1NP, Tel: 01323 897426
Seaford is a quiet seaside resort located at the foot of the South Downs. Main attractions include the beach and a shopping centre. Alternatively you can have a stroll in the countryside if you prefer.
Tourist Information, The Heritage Centre, Strand Quay, Rye, TN31 7AY, Tel: 01797 226696
Winchelsea is the smallest town in England, it is situated just 2 miles west of medieval Rye. Winchelsea is full of character, with fine views and delightful walks.
Arundel Tourist Information, 61 High Street, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 9AJ, Tel: 01903 882268
Arundel is a quaint town in West Sussex with cobbled streets. Arundel is dominated by the stunning Norman Castle and Gothic Cathedral. The River Arun runs alongside the town on its way to the sea.
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Tourist Information, 51 Marina, Bexhill On Sea, East Sussex, TN40 1BQ, Tel: 01424 732208
Bexhill on Sea is situated in 1066 country between the towns of Eastbourne and Hastings. Bexhill is set in amongst some picturesque countryside with an array of castles and historic attractions in and around Bexhill-on-Sea.
Tourist Information, Battle Abbey, Gatehouse, Battle, TN33 0AD, Tel: 01424 773721
Heathfield is a small town situated in the Wealden District in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Heathfield has a population of approximately 7500 people. Heathfield is a small market town surrounded by rolling countryside.
Tourist Information Centre, The Old Fish Market, The Pantiles, Royal Tunbridge Wells, TN2 5TN, Tel: 01892 515675
Royal Tunbridge Wells is a Wealden Town in West Kent just north of the border with East Sussex. In Georgian times Tunbridge Wells had a reputation of a place to see and be seen amongst the fashionable and Royalty.
Tourist Information Centre, Chapel Road, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 1HL, Tel: 01903 221066
Shoreham-by-Sea is a medium sized town on the Sussex coast. Shoreham is surrounded by some lovely countryside.
Beachy Head, South Downs, Eastbourne, BN20 0AE, Tel: 0871 663 0031, Email
Famous clifftop lighthouse featured in the TV series 'The Lives and Loves of a She Devil'.
Tourist Information Centre, The Heritage Centre, Strand Quay, Rye, TN31 7AY, Tel: 01797 226696
If you want to escape the strains of everyday life you can escape to the historic town of Rye. A beautiful town with a range of things to do from visiting Rye Museum to wandering through the cobbled streets.
Tourist Information, Cornfield Road, Eastbourne, BN21 4QA, Tel: 0871 663 0031
Pevensey, a small village built on the east side of Pevensey castle. Pevensey's history is tied in very closely with the Castle. In Roman times the sea did actually lap around the base of the castle, however today the sea is 2 miles away.
Tourist Information, Battle Abbey, Gatehouse, Battle, TN33 0AD, Tel: 01797 229049
The name Battle comes from the Battle of Hastings in 1066 fought between Harold the Saxon king and William the Conqueror. William the conqueror built the Abbey of St Martin of which the town grew up. Photograph by Chris Parker
Burgess Hill Tourist Information Centre, 96 Church Walk, Burgess Hill, West Sussex, BN1 1JS, Tel: 01444 238202
Ditchling lies at the foot of the South Downs in East Sussex. It is a small picturesque village very close to the border of West Sussex. Ditchling remains a quiet small and unspoilt village.
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