The natural wonders of Britain: Seven Sisters, Sussex
In this blog, we will tell you all about the natural wonder of Seven Sisters, Sussex.
There are numerous natural wonders throughout Britain, and everyone has their own favourite. However, something distinctive about Seven Sisters which makes them stand out among all the others is the location of this magical wonder.
Seven Sisters are located at the intersection where England meets the English Channel, leaving their mark with a luminous white chalk cliff standing high above the sea. Unfortunately this beautiful wonder is slowly disappearing. Every year the chalk cliff is nibbled away by 30 to 40 centimeters, creating new channels and sea caves. This is the reason why the beach below Seven Sisters is one of the few places in Britain where you can discover chalk in the sand. Formed about 100 million years ago, the 150 foot high giant rocks are comparatively less spoiled than other famous white cliffs because no building or developments have ever been added to its precious landscape.
If you get tired of gazing at the astonishing cliffs, the Seven Sisters Country Park is also a popular place for various outdoor activities, such as cycling, walking, canoeing and bird watching, making Seven Sisters the perfect destination for a memorable holiday.
Extend your relaxation by staying at a luxurious best loved palace, The Grand Hotel. Only fifteen minutes drive away from Seven Sisters, the hotel dominates the western promenade with its classic white façade. Several members of the royal family have all previously stay at The Grand Hotel and Duke of Devonshire himself even praised the excellence of the hotel in writing. From the majestic deign and décor, to the soothing music, comprehensive amenities and stunning ocean view bedroom. The Grand hotel is and will be everything you’ve desired for your marvelous holiday. For more information on The Grand Hotel, click here.
Stay tuned for our next ‘Natural Wonders’ blog where we will tell you all about the natural wonder of Cheddar Gorge, Somerset!