A day trip to Birling Gap and Seven Sisters

Seven Sisters are a series of chalk cliffs along the cost in East Sussex. The combination of white cliffs, green grass, blue sea and the sky make the views especially spectacular! 

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From the car park we've took the stairs that lead down to the beach.

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 There were a lot of starfish on the coast brought by the sea...

There were a lot of starfish on the coast brought by the sea...

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After exploring the beach we took a walk along the hills. It's a bit of an exercise but it's worth it! A large number of hares live on the cliffs, they are afraid of people and it's difficult to come close to them (being the reason they are not pictured).

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 Back to Beachy head where wind is always blowing in one direction and makes the trees look really special!

Back to Beachy head where wind is always blowing in one direction and makes the trees look really special!

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It was my first visit to Seven Sisters and Birling Gap and I have to say that I've really enjoyed it! We were a bit short on time and didn't see everything so I'd like to explore more next time. Hope the pictures helped to convince you that you have to go there :-)

We've only walked in the direction of Seven Sisters. It's also possible to go in the other direction and see the Belle Tout Lighthouse (not pictured here).