The South Downs National Park is the country's newest national park. It spans over 1600km2 of vibrant wildlife, picturesque views, market towns and expansive countryside. We serve a small section of the National Park.
We've listed just a few of the attractions you can reach below using our services.
Cissbury Ring, just north of the coastal town of Worthing, is one of the jewels in the crown of the new South Downs National Park. It's the largest hill fort in Sussex and has a history dating back over 5,000 years. It can be accessed at the May Tree Avenue stop in Findon on Route 23.
South Downs Way
You can access the South Downs Way directly at the Washington Bostal stop on Route 23. There are also stops within Washington itself and various footpaths from the village that take you to the South Downs Way. Chanctonbury Ring hill fort, can be found in this section of the South Downs Way.
Route 270, 271, 272 and 273 pass close to the South Downs Way at Clayton on the A273. Get off at the Jack and Jill pub bus stop, and follow the footpaths up to the Jack and Jill windmills and pick up the South Downs Way as it goes off in an easterly direction. The easiest point of access for the South Downs Way heading west is at Pyecombe, get off at the Pycombe Garage bus stops.
To the west of the Jack and Jill pub is Wolstenbury Hill, a National Trust site with an iron age hill fort situated on it.