We pick you up in our minibus at one of our convenient pick-up points in Brighton and transport you along the beautiful Sussex coastline to the Seven Sisters national park. Here you will be dropped off on top of the white cliffs with spectacular views. There is a short 30min walk along the cliff top to Birling Gap where there is an Information Centre and gift shop (You can stay on the bus if you don’t fancy a walk).
After Seven Sisters, we wind through the Cuckmere Valley and stop off at the Long Man Of Wilmington and onto Middle Farm. At Middle Farm you can choose to go on their animal feeding tour where you will see all their animals up close and learn about traditional English farming. At the farm shop there is lots of local food and drink for you to try from cider, wines and cheeses. They have an award-winning country café for lunch, and a gift shop filled with handmade gifts.
After Middle farm we head to Jack and Jill Windmills sat one of the highest points in Sussex with spectacular views. After Jack and Jill, we head to Brighton Marina to stroll amongst the boats and a visit to Great British Charcuterie where you can taste the best local meats, cheeses and English Wines overlooking the harbour.
Maximum group numbers – 14
Duration – 9:50am – 16:00 (6hrs) – Timings may vary slightly.
Activity level – Medium. Half hour walk on grass along Seven Sisters coastal path. – Option not to take part.
Tour Frequency – Monday and Tuesday every week from May – October.
Food and drink not included in the tour. Lunch is available for purchase at Middle Farm, or you can bring your own food (not to be eaten on the bus).
Your tour will include
Convenient pick-up point from the Jury’s Inn Hotel Café behind Brighton station (NOT SEAFRONT) and Bus stop at bottom of New Steine on Marine Parade
30 minute scenic drive in our clean, modern minibus to the Seven Sisters Country Park
Small intimate groups with a maximum of 14
Walk along the clifftop to Birling Gap
See the Long Man Of Wilmington
Visit to Middle Farm
Visit to Jack and Jill Windmills
Visit to Great British Charcuterie at Brighton Marina