People have had their say on where they think the most picturesque locations in Sussex are.

Seven Sisters, Arundel, Cuckmere Valley and the “majestic” South Downs were the top choices from readers who praised the county’s “quaint villages”, “beautiful” parks and “breathtaking cliffs”.

Iain McKelvie said: “Seven Sisters.”

Julian Jenkins said: “Arundel Castle.”

Leeann Groves said: “Sheffield Park and Gardens. We took our children there for the first time on Saturday and it's the most beautiful place I've ever been.”

The Argus: Leeann Groves captured Sheffield Park Leeann Groves captured Sheffield Park (Image: Leeann Groves)

Brian Snow said: “It’s full of picturesque places. The towns of Lewes and Arundel are fantastic. There are Wealden meadows, winding rivers, quaint villages, majestic downs and breathtaking chalk cliffs.

“I love to wander out into it whenever I can. Stanmer Woods is lovely - a peaceful, wildlife oasis on Brighton’s doorstep.

“The South Downs Way near Ditchling Beacon takes some beating. A short bus ride to Pyecombe then a stroll east.”

Karen Franklin said: “Newhaven view from the military fort.”

Kim Sadler said: “Seven Sisters and the Coastguard cottages.”

The Argus: The South Down Way by Brian SnowThe South Down Way by Brian Snow (Image: Brian Snow)

Nick Barnett said: “Too many to mention but the beechwoods above Steyning will always be primary.”

Timmy Sussex Ovard said: “Chanctonbury Ring.”

Alethea Holden said: “Littlehampton Marina.”

Muriel Faulkner said: “Beachy Head.”

Patrick Goodwin said: “Seven Sisters country park.”

Adam Bomzer said: “Falmer pond, a stone's throw from the Amex and probably not everyone knows it exists.”

The Argus: Janet Reilly's picture of Cuckmere HavenJanet Reilly's picture of Cuckmere Haven (Image: Janet Reilly)

John Horn said: “Sheffield Park and Gardens and the view across Sussex from Ditchling Beacon.”

Jeanette A. Hitchman said: “Going from Sompting through the Bostal to Steyning, really beautiful at this time of the year.”

Heather Pullen said: “Alfriston and Birling Gap, Devils Dyke. The Seven Sisters, in fact anywhere that is not urban.”

Frances Smythe said there were too many places in “beautiful” Sussex to name one.

While Robert Belton asked: “A truly beautiful country, where to start?”

Amberley, Alfriston, Eastbourne, Rye, Ashdown Forest and Birling Gap were also named.

There was also plenty of love for Brighton.

Paul Stanley said: “The Lanes in December.”

Simon Sebbage said: “Brighton seafront at sunset.”