Tide Mills beach is located between Newhaven and Seaford.
Follow old stone walls and concrete trackways down to the beach, past old foundations of buildings.
As it’s by the sea and next to the Ouse Estuary nature reserve, Tide Mills is also a good spot for birdwatching with species such as purple sandpiper and ringed plover visiting the site. Other wildlife to look out for here includes the long tailed blue butterfly – a rare migrant which has been visiting the site for the last few years, grass snakes and other reptiles. The rare shingle habitat is good for coastal flora species such as yellow horned poppy and sea kale.