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About this place
Path under the chalf cliffs running from Brighton Marina via Rottingdean to Saltdean. Cycling is allowed most of the way (keeping speeds to below 10 mph).
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Stretching out from the marina to Rottingdean and beyond, walk along the sea defences below the white cliffs and by the sea. Something very relaxing and special about this walk, but don't go during rough weather.
Walk along under the cliffs all the way to Rottingdean for a cream tea or stop at the Ovingdean cafe for a mug of tea and a flapjack leaning on the sea wall.
Stunning flat walk under the white cliffs towards Saltdean and about halfway along there's a tea shop that makes the most delicious home made cakes.
Get away from the mental crowds and head east from the pier. When you get to the end near the arena, go under the underpass and past the scenic Asda carpark towards the cliffs on your left. There is a path all the way to Saltdean along the beach. Some good rock pools and if you're lucky you might…
If you can't get all the way to Seven Sisters, get a sense of the white cliffs along this part of the coast by walking from Brighton Marina down towards Saltdean and get a bus back.
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