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Escape from the city - A wander under the cliffs to Rottingdean beach

The undercliff walk from Brighton marina was built between 1930 and 1935 as part of the sea defences to reduce the erosion of the chalk cliffs. The Gap is a natural break in the cliffs allowing access to the coastal village of Rottingdean with it's bijou beach with many rock pools that are teeming with sea creatures.

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