Beachy Head
  • Beachy Head Countryside Centre
    Beachy Head Road
    BN20 7YA
Beachy Head is a chalk headland in East Sussex, England. It is situated close to Eastbourne, immediately east of the Seven Sisters. For days out and attractions in Eastbourne, take a look, the views are amazing.

Beachy Head
Days Out and Attractions in Eastbourne

Beachy Head is one of best tourist attractions in Eastbourne offering stunning views over Eastbourne and the English Channel.

A famous TV and film location, Beachy Head is the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain, rising to 162 metres (531 ft) above sea level.

Enjoy the panorama by driving, walking or climbing to the top.  If you are a wheelchair user, there is an accessible Peace Path.

What Can You See?

Look to the East and you will see the beaches, town, harbour and pier in Eastbourne and then on to Pevensey Bay and Hastings.  On an exceptionally clear day you can see Dungeness in Kent, nearly 40 miles away.

Looking West, you can see even further (up to 70 miles) past Seaford Head to Newhaven and Brighton and then on to Selsey Bill near Chichester in West Sussex. On a very clear day the outline of the Isle of Wight can be seen.

Parking: Pay and display.
Accessibility: disabled access.
Food and Drink: The Beachy Head pub is close by.
Pets: Dogs welcome.
Toilets: Public toilets adjoining the car park.

Latest Reviews