Built in the early 30’s (1930-1933) the Undercliff walk stretches for several miles from Brighton Marina to Saltdean on the south coast of England. It's a pretty unique place to walk along as it's situated at the foot of the cliffs and right by the beach and English Channel. Access to and from the Undercliff walk can be found at several places which are Black Rock, Roedean, Ovingdean Gap, Rottingdean and Saltdean. When the weather is rough and stormy it's highly advisable to avoid the walkway altogether as the waves do come thundering over the protective wall and often carry with them large pebbles and stones etc. There is no shelter whatsoever along the Undercliff walk but there is a small open cafe at Ovingdean Gap, a cafe at Rottingdean and a larger cafe at Saltdean. In sunny weather the route is a delight to walk along and offers stunning and expansive sea views.
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