The long stretch of shingle beach at Seaford is a great place to visit in any season. On sunny summer days it is much less crowded than the seafronts at Brighton or Eastbourne and it has an unhurried, relaxed feel. In winter the rough seas make an awesome sight. Parking is free or the walk from the train station is just 10 minutes.
The Martello Tower to the east dates back to 1806 and is home to an excellent museum that includes wartime memorabilia. You also find out about the many shipwrecks that have occurred in the locale. In Medieval times, Seaford was a Cinque Port but a great storm in the 16th century shifted the mouth of the Ouse westwards to Newhaven. Visit:www.seafordtown.co.uk
Love this book! Its beautifully done, with nice photos, useful info, and gives so many great ideas of things to do and places to visit. We bought it for ourselves and have bought it as gifts for others. Really recommend!
Lovely guide to Sussex. Great informative book of my local area and beyond with nice pictures and layout. Has reminded me what a great county Sussex is and not just in my area of Brighton & Hove. We'll be visiting many of the new shops, restaurants and areas in the coming months for sure!
I brought this as a stocking filler and was so impressed I brought myself one. It's really nicely laid out with lovely photos. I've tried a couple of the pubs and looking forward to seeing more of Sussex over the summer months.
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