Visit Seaford Bay
Seaford is an unspoilt shingle and pebble beach on the south coast between Brighton and Eastbourne, a couple of hours drive from Central London.
Along the beachfront there are rows of brightly coloured beach huts, with a seafront promenade stretching from the base of Seaford Head Cliffs. A great location for fishing, jogging and dog walking.
History buffs can visit the Seaford Museum, a Martello tower on the beach with displays on local history and heritage.
Did you Know? Sir Anthony Blunt former guard of the Queen’s paintings who was exposed as a Soviet spy, went to school in Seaford.
There is plenty of parking along the seafront with disabled access to the promenade and a few small kiosks selling snacks and refreshments.
To the south end of the beach is the Seaford Golf Course, perfect for a game of golf with a sea view.
This beach is dog Friendly from September to May, restricted during the summer.
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Map of Seaford Bay