Wednesday, March 13, 2019

South Downs

The South Downs near Wilmington

The beautiful South Downs are a range of chalk hills extending from Hampshire to Beachy Head in East Sussex forming part of the South Downs National Park. The rolling chalk downland and valleys, dotted with sheep contain many historical features and archeological remains. The Downs are littered with footpaths and bridleways and the South Downs Way, running from Winchester to Eastbourne is popular with walkers and hikers. The Downs are littered with picturesque villages and hamlets alongside breathtaking coastal views.

Cuckmere River from Hindover Hill
Butts Brow
Beachy Head

Below are the places we have visited, including some of our photographs. You can view All Places or any of the individual places listed below. I have added some links to other websites. I hope you enjoy visiting them as much as we have.

Arlington

Arlington Reservoir

Alfriston

Beachy Head

Belle Tout Lighthouse

Birling Gap

Butts Brow

Cuckmere Haven

East Dean

Folkington

Friston Forest

Jevington

Lewes

Littlington

Seven Sisters

Wilmington

West Dean




https://visitsouthdowns.com


https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/days-out/regionlondonsoutheast/south-downs

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