Dramatic

  • Royal Pavilion Gardens

    Royal Pavilion Gardens

    The Royal Pavilion Garden is one of a few fully restored regency gardens in the country. The garden was restored following John Nash’s 1820s plans and conform as closely as possible to the original lists of plants supplied to George IV. Today, they are maintained under organic guidelines, using natural planting techniques and organic compost,…

  • Clifftop With Stunning Views

    Clifftop With Stunning Views

    With views over the nearby South Downs National Park and out to the English Channel, this wild, imposing, dramatic and breathtaking location is a fantastic backdrop for filming and photography.

  • Farm Under A Flyover

    Farm Under A Flyover

    Located under a busy flyover and close to the river is this farm, making for an unusual but interesting rural-meets-urban location for filming and photography.

  • Abandoned Chalk Quarry

    Abandoned Chalk Quarry

    Set amongst a 16,500 acre privately owned estate in the heart of a National Park is this huge abandoned chalk quarry. With scrubland, overgrown areas, trees, dirt tracks and abandoned machinery, this is an interesting location for filming.

  • Stunning 691 Acre Coastal Country Park

    Stunning 691 Acre Coastal Country Park

    Owned by the South Downs National Park Authority, this Country Park without doubt has to be one of the most beautiful locations in the country, and is often chosen as a backdrop for filming and photoshoots. Whether it be cliffs, beaches, different landscapes, the meandering Cuckmere River or farmland required as a setting, this location…

  • Dramatic Cliff Top With Stunning Views

    Dramatic Cliff Top With Stunning Views

    With views over the nearby South Downs National Park and out to the English Channel, this wild, dramatic and breathtaking location is a fantastic backdrop for filming and photography.

  • Tranquil Pebble Beach

    Tranquil Pebble Beach

    At the mouth of the meandering River Cuckmere lies this tranquil pebble beach with a dramatic backdrop of the famous Seven Sisters chalk cliffs. The Coastguard Cottages, abundant wildlife and beautiful scenery and breathtaking views make this a great choice for a filming location.

  • Stunning Clifftop Location

    Stunning Clifftop Location

    The magnificent clifftop location is – at its peak being 162 metres above sea level – Britain’s highest chalk sea cliff with absolutely breathtaking views both inland and out to sea. Its famous lighthouses both atop the cliffs and in the sea below them, beautiful scenery and undulating coastline make it an absolutely stunning and…

  • Rocky Beach Accessed Via Cliff Stairs

    Rocky Beach Accessed Via Cliff Stairs

    Located close to Beachy Head, this rocky beach with gullies can be accessed from the clifftop via steep stairs. A dramatic location for filming, extreme vigilance is required due to landslides and crumbling cliffs and the high tide risk alert.

  • Cliff Side Beach

    Cliff Side Beach

    This shingle beach with rocks and boulders lies at the bottom of cliffs, with access via concrete steps cut into the cliff face. The undercliff walk and promenade make it popular with fossil hunters, and the dramatic and imposing white chalk cliffs make it a stunning filming location.