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Beachy Head Road, Beachy Head, Eastbourne BN20 7YA
Beachy Head is the famous area of chalk headland found at the western end of the Sussex town of Eastbourne. The cliff at Beachy Head is the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain, rising to 162 metres above sea level and the peak provides views as far as Dungeness to the East and Selsey Bill to the West. A massive tourist attraction in this part of East Sussex, Beach Head is also famous for its red and white striped lighthouse, situated in the sea below. Taking in the new South Downs Park as well as the Seven Sisters Country Park, there is plenty to enjoy at Beachy Head, including stunning coastal walks leading into beautiful countryside; boat trips out to the iconic lighthouse and drinks and dinner at the charming Beachy Head pub. Visit the original lighthouse known as Belle Tout or perhaps follow the South Downs Way, an ancient trail that is 90 miles in length, commencing in Eastbourne. Wheelchair users are also considered at Beachy Head, with the area made accessible by the Peace Path. Beachy Head is an area of breath-taking beauty in this part of Sussex and one well worth visiting.
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