What to Visit in Seaford
For many, the main attraction in Seaford is the beach. This has an obvious attraction in the summer, when the sea reaches temperatures up to 20 degrees Celsius. Visitors have the benefit of parking right next to the beach if you get there early on a sunny day. But the beach and sea are equally attractive off season when it is quieter, as Seaford benefits from its sunny location in the South Coast. So fine days are a delight there, any time of year.
The town has a well established shopping centre, with enough character and variety of shops to spend a good afternoon looking around. If big brands shopping is a must, or you like to visit the cinema, theatres or marinas, both Eastbourne and Brighton are about half hour away on either side of the town.
For those who like to get out-and-about walking there is plenty of hills to climb, as Seaford is situated at the foot of a hill range called the South Downs. The Seven Sisters Country Park is just around the corner, and so is the famous Long Man of Wilmington, a massive feature carved out in the rocks. You can walk right up to the Long Man, for a fabulous view over the countryside. Children of all ages will enjoy a visit to Drusilla's Country Park nearby.
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