Our Seven Sisters Cliffs tour from London visits the dramatic white cliffs located in the South Downs National Park as well as free time to explore the historic seaside town of Brighton. Departing
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Explore Brighton and the South Downs National Park
Our Seven Sisters Cliffs tour from London visits the dramatic white cliffs located in the South Downs National Park as well as free time to explore the historic seaside town of Brighton. Departing from Central London, take the 1-hour train journey to Brighton, where our local guide will collect you from the station. We’ll then drive into the beautiful English countryside in a small 16-seater minibus.
Discover the incredible beauty of the Seven Sisters Cliffs, a stretch of natural and unspoiled coastline with incredible rock formations and breathtaking views. The tour stops at several of the most beautiful viewpoints along the coastline and includes walking by the seafront. We’ll also visit Alfriston in the Cuckmere Valley, considered one of England’s most picturesque villages.
You will then have plenty of time to discover Brighton. King George IV first popularised this seaside town in the 18th Century, and its Regency buildings and gardens give Brighton an elegant feel of a bygone era. King George’s magnificent and eccentric ‘Royal Pavilion’ continues to delight visitors. The town is also famous for its Pier with its many attractions and places to eat, as well as ‘The Lanes’, narrow streets with interesting small shops including some antique shops to browse through.
The Seven Sisters Cliffs Tour is available on several days throughout the week.
Seven Sisters Cliffs – Highlights:
Seven Sisters Cliffs
Take the fast train from London Bridge Station to the city of Brighton (train tickets are included)
Meet your friendly guide at Brighton train station and travel on a small-group minibus to the Seven Sisters Cliffs
Admire the landscape at Devil’s Dkye, an amazing V-shaped valley with 360-degrees panoramic views
Visit Middle Farm, a traditional English farm that’s been operating for over 200 years. Learn about Britains rich farming tradition and visit the shop that sells local English cheese, wine, cider and perry.
Admire the enormous ancient neolithic calving called “The Long Man of Wilmington”, a 72m tall figure that’s been calved into the hills
Walk to the top of Beachy Head, the highest chalk cliff in England that is breathtakingly beautiful!
Visit Birling Gap, where the probable effects of climate change are causing coastal erosion at an alarming rate, with several metres of the cliff being eroded each year.
Arrive at Seaford Head, where you’ll see the most iconic and instagrammable views of the Seven Sisters Cliffs. We’ll also take a 40-minute walk along the cliffs and by the pretty seaside cottages
Stop for a short visit in Rottingdean, a typical English village that was home to Rudyard Kipling who wrote The Jungle Book
Arrive back in Brighton at approximately 16:30.
Choose to take the train immediately back to London or enjoy some free time in Brighton. You could go antique shopping in ‘The Lanes’ and head to Brighton Pier
The tour departs from London Bridge Train Station
Train tickets are included to and from Brighton. The journey takes around 1-hour
On the return journey, it is possible to spend some free time in Brighton and then take the train to London
The tour includes an expert guide and is a small group tour.
The trip includes walking by the Seven Sisters Cliffs, so please bring comfortable walking shoes and appropriate clothes
Seven Sisters Cliffs – Facts
The Seven Sisters Cliffs are a world-famous image of the English Coastline, located by the English Channel along the south coast of England. They are situated within the South Downs National Park
The cliffs have featured in well-known movies. In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, the cliffs were used as a spectacular backdrop for the Quidditch World Cup scenes
The Seven Sisters are a constantly changing landscape with coastal erosion and cliff falls. The chalk grassland provides a special habitat developed over hundreds of years of grazing and the area is home to a variety of wildlife
During the summertime, you’ll smell the scent of herbs in the air, colourful flowers in bloom, and butterflies floating around. When the sun comes out, the sea turns bright blue, offering a breathtaking landscape!