A huge swathe of beautiful Sussex countryside sits inside South Downs National Park, Britain’s newest national park.
Walkers (and runners) enjoy the 100-mile South Downs Way that stretches from one end of the park to the other, but there’s too much to explore for even the most experienced traveller to get bored of.
From the rolling hills of the South Downs, through acres of ancient woodland and down to the Seven Sisters cliffs, the national park is a source of inspiration and enjoyment for tens of millions of people every year.
See: Visit South Downs website
Banner photo: Credit copyright South Downs National Park (Ed Watts)