Seaford: a lesser-known gem on the British coast, where beauty meets tranquility
Even in winter, the British are searching for beautiful and peaceful beaches where they can have a picnic by the water, walk along the coast, and enjoy a beautiful sunset. However, many people overlook the seaside town of Seaford in East Sussex in their search for such a place.
MyLondon editors believe that the reason is that this small, beautiful beach is sandwiched between two popular tourist destinations - Brighton and Eastbourne.
This is where travelers looking for a coastal area most often go inland.
Seaford is often underestimated by tourists, while experts note its quietness and picturesque beauty.
The seaside resort is about 90 minutes by train from London Victoria Station, making it an ideal destination for a weekend or even a day trip.
In the Middle Ages, Seaford was one of the main ports serving Southern England, and now it is home to about 30 thousand people who have a wide coastline at their disposal.
Seaford is located on one of the most scenic walking routes in the country, offering fabulous views of the Seven Sisters Hills.