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  • 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.

  • Coastal Defence Fort

    Coastal Defence Fort

    Built in the mid 19th century as a coastal defence redoubt, this fort has a diverse history. It sits at the entrance to a harbour overlooking the river and is a dramatic location for historic filming and photography.

  • 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.

  • Coastal Town With Port

    Coastal Town With Port

    Coastal town and port located by the stunning South Downs, the Adur Valley and at the mouth of the River Adur. It has a large shingle beach, Art Deco airport, historic town, warehousing and industrial property, a harbour guarded by a Redoubt steeped in history, and an exciting and varied events calendar each year. The…

  • Coastal Defence Fort

    Coastal Defence Fort

  • Local Nature Reserve

    Local Nature Reserve

    Covering 239.8 hectares of land, this beautiful Local Nature Reserve located on the very edge of the South Downs National Park includes a castle, an Iron Age hillfort which is a Scheduled Monument, a cafĂ© and a golf course. Home to diverse wildlife, the park enjoys stunning views over Brighton. A fantastic location for filming…

  • Quiet Shingle Beach By Cliffs

    Quiet Shingle Beach By Cliffs

    This quiet shingle and pebble beach is a great place for filming with the impressive cliffs serving as a dramatic backdrop.

  • Harbour Beach

    Harbour Beach

    The beach lies within a harbour and is composed of shingle and gravel, with a number of wooden groynes sloping into the sea. At low tide a small area of wet sand and gravel is exposed. Behind the beach is a small area of sand, on which sits a working lighthouse originally built in the…