Birling Gap is a coastal beauty spot located between the Seven Sisters and Beachy Head in East Sussex, England. The area is part of the South Downs National Park and offers stunning views of the white cliffs and the English Channel. Visitors can enjoy walking along the clifftops, exploring the beach, and discovering the local flora and fauna. The National Trust operates a visitor center at Birling Gap, where visitors can learn about the history and geology of the area. The beach is also a great place for fossil hunting, with various species of shells and shark teeth commonly found.