There you'll find a beach from where it's uphill either way but you can drive up here by the rollercoaster ride that's the B2103 on your way to avoiding Eastbourne.
There's plenty of reading material not far from the car park and the top plaque was unveiled in 1979 by a dear old friend, the Duke of Devonshire, who also happened to hold some land near here.
It 'commemorates' the re-siting of the original 1920 plaques, which themselves 'commemorate' the purchase of Beachy Head, making it not entirely clear just what's being 'commemorated' here.
Fans of the pharos are more than catered for but shouldn't that be phare?
Until its automation in 1983, and because of its location, the only decent TV reception came from France and that was long before they were doing anything .
The inevitable clifftop stroll heads west towards the Belle Tout lighthouse but the only blinding work being done there, these days, is on the bangers, probably. It's an upmarket B&B now and a night there is knocking a couple of tons, pounds-wise.
For that, you'd expect at least Sky™ Movies and since they've turned the big bulb off, you won't be up all night, unable to sleep, with The Unbearable Lightness of B&B'ing.
It's along the clifftops that you'll meet the entire German, year 11 student population or fifth year as it should still really be called.
That's a joke, of course, and not entirely true since there's a fair few of them lying on the beach in Eastbourne and the way some of these gangly lummoxes are going on, they'll soon be joining them.
The highest chalk cliff in England, 80 million years old and counting and 531 foot thanks to some uplifting that came later. Naturally, that means there's a bunch of paragliding nutjobs who are more than prepared to leap off it.
The wind's too weak today, he says, too weak even for the safety of the plateau below. Apologies to the matter-of-fact chap for coming across as incredulous because, yeah, that's a perfectly normal thing to do?
Oh look! It's crop-topped girl from earlier and she's walking hand in hand with her boyfriend now, awww. It's not known if they've made up to the extent that they're ready to tie the knot but if they are, here's an observation...
If he wants to tie a knot in something, how about a safety rope? One that's at the very longest... 530 foot!
 can make a loftier claim but they're mostly sandstone and let's not even get started on Scotland's .