Beachy Head, Spectacular Tourism Object in England

Breadth of views on the green grass above the white cliffs, you’ll also see a lighthouse that has a motif such as a layer cake with red and white color blend. This lighthouse stands at the base of cliffs and slightly jutting into the ocean.

On a sunny day, this location shows a spectacular view of the coastline of nearly 40 miles to the east of Dungeness in Kent, and even further to the west and 70 miles past the Newhaven and Seaford Head towards Brighton and then on to Selsey Bill near Chichester in West Sussex.

Beachy Head is the highest chalk cliffs on the south coast of Britain. This is a famous tourist attraction for locals. With a convenient bus stop placement, enabling you to get easy access to the highest point of the cliff.

Although Beach Head bandaged a rather sad story and tend to be horrible but its beauty remains attractive to be enjoyed. Far from the hustle and bustle of the city, this place offers a perfect silence.

Beachy Head easily reached by car. While on vacation in England you live towards Eastbourne. From here, you can take the Duke of seafront path but be careful because the road is winding and steep. When coming from the west simply follow the signs to the A259.

You can get free parking near Beachy Head, but there is also a public car park at a cost which is quite expensive. When using public transport, bus service running along Eastbourne seafront from the Sovereign Center.

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