Seaford Head Beach
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The little cove under Seaford head is divided from the main beach by a large groyne and a jetty. Backed by the sheer chalk cliffs of Seaford Head Nature Reserve there is a small strip of shingle here.
Care should be taken when sitting under the cliffs - they are white because they are constantly eroding, so falling rocks are not unknown.
Like other beaches along this stretch of chalk cliffs Seaford is a good spot for fossil hunting.
Access to the beach is via steep steps from the nature reserve above where free parking is available throughout the year.