Sussex Landscapes: The Seven Sisters

28th July 2013
Sussex Landscapes
The Seven Sisters


The Seven Sisters seen from Seaford Head along the East Sussex coastline

I am currently traveling around the South Coast, currently around East Sussex, and I couldn't come to this part of the world without popping down to see the classic view of the Seven Sisters.

It was glorious day and after spending the day with friends in Brighton, walking the promenade, walking the dog (Gus, who we renamed Tas, for the Tasmanian Devil) and walking miles, I was ready to get my camera out!

I parked at Seaford Head and walked down and around the coastline to view the cliffs from varying angles and with the wild flowers out, as well as the sun, it was a glorious day.

The seven sisters are named :


  • Haven Brow
    Short Brow
    Rough Brow
    Brass Point
    Flat Hill
    Bailey's Hill and
    Went Hill


Beyond the last hilltop, after Birling Gap in the dip, is the Belle Toute Lighthouse and then Beachy Head.

The Seven Sisters seen from Seaford Head along the East Sussex coastline

The Seven Sisters seen from Seaford Head along the East Sussex coastline

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