Established in 2009, the South Downs is England’s newest National Park and is a cluster of fantastic market towns, rolling hills and flourishing ancient forests. The South Downs is famous for its traditional villages and thriving towns of Chichester, Midhurst and Winchester – all packed with history, culture and fantastic architecture.
This National Park is also home to the iconic chalky white cliffs of the Seven sisters and the South Downs way - famous among hikers - stretching the entirety if the National Park. When you visit, don't forget the highlights of Arundel castle, the Queen Elizabeth Country Park and the 270 metres high buster hill – which make fantastic key points of these beautiful downs, and also a feature for it being the most visited in England.
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