Walks

  • Shingle Beach Close To Harbour

    Shingle Beach Close To Harbour

    This is a shingle beach located close to a busy harbour. Popular for watersports enthusiasts, there is a café/bar, promenade and it also benefits from a dramatic industrial backdrop – a great location for filmmakers.

  • 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…

  • Woodland With Tents and Cabins

    Woodland With Tents and Cabins

    Situated deep in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is this secluded forest garden set on 6 acres of land, with 3.5 acres of it being ancient woodland made up of mainly ash, oak and coppiced hazel trees. Features include luxury yurts, log cabins, firepits, wood-fired kiln, woodcraft, café, pond, wildflowers and stunning…

  • 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…

  • Shingle Beach With Views and Parking

    Shingle Beach With Views and Parking

    Located on the Manhood Peninsula, this shingle beach popular for watersports has low tide sands with views across to the Isle of Wight. With concrete steps down to the beach, groynes and rocks, this is an interesting beach location for filming.

  • Long Shingle Beach

    Long Shingle Beach

    This is a long shingle beach with low tide sand, rock pools and a grass area. It looks out at 8 impressive rock sea defence islands and is popular with dog walkers and residents alike. This tranquil location makes it a lovely place to film.

  • Blue Flag Shingle Beach

    Blue Flag Shingle Beach

    A typical West Sussex beach, this is a long shingle and pebble stretch with low tide sands, wooden groynes, traditional beach huts, cafés and a large grassy area perfect for games and picnics. Popular with watersports enthusiasts, this clean and well-kept seafront is a versatile location for filming.

  • Remote Shingle Beach

    Remote Shingle Beach

    This is a large south-east facing and remote shingle beach with low tide sands. Over a mile long, this is a quiet beach with an almost deserted feel in a Nature Reserve which would make a pretty and tranquil filming location.