Walk in Sussex by the Sea
With the ever present backdrop of The South Downs (the UK's newest National Park) and the flat but more urbanised Coastal Plain, Sussex by the Sea, in the centre of the south of England is great as a base for getting out and enjoying the fresh air.
THE COASTAL PLAIN
Bognor Regis and Littlehampton are in the centre of the West Sussex coastal plain which makes for flat easy walking and cycling, although, as a popular residential area, you're also likely to encounter traffic and busy roads too.
THE SOUTH DOWNS NATIONAL PARK
A recognised area of outstanding natural beauty, The South Downs National Park offers some of the most breathtaking and invigorating Sussex walks, bike and horse rides you could hope for on your holiday. Explore more than 3,000 kilometres of well-signed, well-managed and easily accessible trails on foot, by bike or on horseback, with access to the South Downs from both Arundel and the nearby village of Amberley.
The National Park streches from Winchester to Eastbourne, so for walks closest to the Arun District (Arundel, Bognor Regis & Littlehampton) look out for the following walsk to view, download or print from the South Downs National Park website
- South Downs Way by bus and train
- Centurion Way (Chichester)
- Walks in Arundel
- Walks in Findon
- Walks in Shoreham-by-Sea
- Walks in Singleton (Chichester)
- Walks near Amberley
- Walks near Midhurst and Duncton Mill (Chichester)
- Walks near Steyning, Chanctonbury and Washington
- Walks around Rogate and Harting
- In the footsteps of Ivon Hitchens – walk near Lavington and Duncton
WEST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL have lots of useful trails and information on their website - many of the footpaths are also bridleways.
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