English Channel

  • 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.

  • Café With Car Park and Sea Views

    Café With Car Park and Sea Views

    This café kiosk is located on the edge of a Local Nature Reserve and enjoys great views of the surrounding countryside and out to sea – a stunning coastal location for any production.

  • Grade II Listed Windmill

    Grade II Listed Windmill

    Built in 1802 and subsequently restored, this 3-storey windmill is located in a Local Nature Reserve and can be seen for miles around. This iconic landmark enjoys outstanding views of the beautiful surrounding countryside and out to sea, and is a stunning location for any production.

  • 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.

  • Local Nature Reserve

    Local Nature Reserve

    Set on 41 acres of land sandwiched between a beautiful National Park and the English Channel, this Local Nature Reserve is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna and enjoys some spectacular views – a stunning filming location.

  • Shingle Beach and Seafront

    Shingle Beach and Seafront

    This gently sloping shingle and sand beach has a lot to offer for filmmakers – from the pier with its pavilion and colourful and imaginative stained glass window displays, 5 mile promenade, Ferris wheel, and Art Deco lido building, to the beach huts, low tide sand and rock pools, and fishing boats.

  • Large Beach With Vegetated Shingle

    Large Beach With Vegetated Shingle

    A long, large and wide beach with large areas of vegetated shingle, occasional rocky areas and some steep slopes, this beach is popular with watersports enthusiasts and is a designated Local Nature Reserve. This quiet alternative to nearby busier beaches is a great and spacious location for filming.

  • 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…

  • Shingle Beach On Peninsula

    Shingle Beach On Peninsula

    This is a beautiful and idyllic shingle beach with low tide sand and wooden groynes. It is a popular fishing beach as well as being a great spot for watersports enthusiasts and tourists. Miles of natural beaches are home to a diverse range of wildlife, and together with its cultural connection to the sea, individual…