Cuckmere Haven

This quiet pebble beach is dominated by the white chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters just to the east. It sits at the mouth of the meandering Cuckmere river. If you are looking for Beaches in Sussex near our campsites, Cuckmere Haven is one to visit. It is a short drive from each of our […]


Birling Gap

From Birling Gap car park, head down the steps to the beach for an excellent spot to take a glimpse into the past. The whole family can hunt for fossils in the chalk falls on the beach. It is always a great time of year to uncover hidden treasures. Grab a tracker pack from the […]


Rottingdean Beach

Whilst Brighton is lovely most of the time, no one wants to play sardines on a hot weekend. The Beach at Rottingdean is just beyond the Brighton Marina, it provides many distractions for kids! There are plenty of Beaches in Sussex but make sure you give Rottingdean a visit as it is very different from […]



The beach at Shoreham-by-Sea lies immediately to the west of the historic harbour, where the River Adur enters the sea. It is backed by Beach Road and a number of residential buildings. The large beach, which slopes quite steeply in parts, is composed of a mixture of shingle with occasional rocky areas. At low tide […]


Saltdean Beach

The shingle beach at Saltdean has been created underneath the white chalk cliffs facing the sea by a collection of rock groynes which line the beach. The movement of the currents collects the shingle from the longshore drift, resulting in a wide, popular beach. Here visitors can enjoy a range of activities such as swimming […]


Seaford Bay

This wide stretch of shingle beach stretches nearly 4 miles between Newhaven harbour and Seaford Head. Seaford has a somewhat laid-back feel to it and is an ideal place to relax and avoid some of the summer crowds that flock to other south coast beaches. Whilst Seaford certainly isn’t bucket and spade holiday territory it […]


Tide Mills

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 […]


Hove Beach

Hove’s well known beach is mostly shingle and runs adjacent to the centre of the town, which is part of the Brighton and Hove metropolis – apparently one of the sunniest places in the country. The beach is interspersed by regular groynes and backed by a long esplanade with a cycle lane, as well as […]