Category Archives: East Sussex

51c – Rottingdean to Brighton

The Undercliff Walk took us all the way to the eastern arm of Brighton Marina.  The Marina is huge.  Occupying almost half a square kilometre and boasting 1,600 berths as well as an entire village, it is the largest marina … Continue reading

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51b – Telscombe to Rottingdean

As we left Telscombe, we walked past a cutting in the cliffs which led down to a secluded beach.  This quiet, out-of-the-way area, which affords a significant degree of privacy, has obviously attracted people to the area who the Council … Continue reading

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51a – Peacehaven to Telscombe

When we arrived back at Peacehaven for the start of today’s walk, we had a choice:  up or down.  “Up” would take us to the top of the cliffs and along a road which ran parallel with the cliff edge.  “Down” … Continue reading

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50e – Newhaven to Peacehaven

I knew very little about the path beyond Newhaven.  We had never visited here before and I did not know what to expect.  I had given the map a cursory glance before we left home, just to check that there … Continue reading

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50d – Leaving Newhaven

The Coastal Path leading west out of Newhaven takes you up and over the cliffs, via Castle Hill.  Before we started the climb towards our exit from the town, we wanted to explore the western breakwater, underneath the cliffs.  We … Continue reading

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50c – Tide Mills to Newhaven

After leaving the Lost Village of Tide Mills we reached the eastern bank of the River Ouse.  The Ouse splits Newhaven in two, and we had to walk inland to the closest crossing point, a swing bridge. The swing bridge … Continue reading

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50b – Seaford to Tide Mills

The sun shone down on the sea at Seaford, turning it an amazing shade of green.  We were used to seeing a cold grey sea, or tidal flats tainted brown by mud.  This was almost Mediterranean by comparison. On the … Continue reading

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