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Things to do Beachy Head in Sussex, with its dramatic white cliffs and gently undulating downs, is an area of outstanding natural beauty and Britain's highest chalk sea-cliff.
Along with the nearby Seven Sisters, Beachy Head is a haven for those who like to walk or cycle.
Along the walk you can also enjoy farm pets such as Pygmy goats, Kune Kune pigs, chickens, ducks and geese and Shetland ponies.
Close by both woodland campsites, streams and paths meander through the surrounding countryside, offering delightful and scenic walks, with welcoming local hostelries nestled along the way.(Please note for our bell tent guests we offer our own unique 'wild Sussex glamping' experience.The original towns and villages tended to be where its economy lay, fishing along the coast and agriculture and iron mining on the Weald.Away from the coast lie former market towns such as Hailsham, Heathfield and Uckfield; Crowborough is a centre for the Ashdown Forest.Devil's Dyke, just five miles north of Brighton, offers stunning panoramas, a record breaking valley, a curious history and England's most colourful habitat.At nearly a mile long, the Dyke valley is the longest, deepest and widest 'dry valley' in the UK.