Visit The Seven Sisters
The Seven Sisters Country Park is a beautiful place to visit. It is in the South Downs National Park. It has wonderful views of the sea and is an adventure into the English countryside. A lot of people visit Seven Sisters each year. They enjoy the river valley, the grassland and the huge chalk cliffs. The air is fresh and the atmosphere is very relaxing.
The Seven Sisters are very high chalk cliffs. This part of England’s coast is very natural.
How to travel to there
Seven Sisters Country Park is near a very small place called Exceat, near Seaford in East Sussex. It is easy to travel there by bus. Buses from Brighton to Eastbourne or Seaford will stop at Seven Sisters. Ask the bus driver to be certain. There are also two car parks, but you will need to pay for a ticket.
What can I do there?
A visit to The Seven Sisters is about enjoying nature. You can walk along the beautiful valley. You can see the birds and wildlife along the river. You can sit on the beach and look out to sea. You can climb the hills and look at the view from the top of the cliffs. You can walk along the tops of the cliffs and enjoy the fresh sea air. There is a Visitor Centre for advice and a shop for souvenirs. There is also a café for some food or a cup of tea!
This is a great place to visit on a sunny day. Do not go there if the weather is raining. Also, be careful at the top and bottom of the cliffs. They are made of soft chalk and can be dangerous. There is no safety fence. Keep away from the edge. There have been a lot of tragic accidents on the cliffs.