Cheap camping sites in sussex
A slightly less energetic way to see the Sussex countryside without having to make too much effort is to take a steam train along the 11 mile Bluebell Railway, for a return to the heyday of rail travel.
Afterwards, squeeze in space for an afternoon tea on the dining train.
Don't Miss Top of any outdoor lovers list will be the South Downs National Park, which encloses a large portion of Sussex.
This beautiful natural landscape is sprinkled with famous landmarks.
Woods Mill Nature Reserve in Henfield is another great place to get outside and explore the woodland and wetland with a keen eye open for local wildlife.
Then, once your stomach starts rumbling, Tilgate Park is perfect for strolls and picnics.
Centred in the middle of Sussex and only an hour by train from London, lies the county's vibrant and hedonistic cultural hub of Brighton.
Come for the pebbly beach, seaside treats and sparkling array of nightlife.
This county on the south east coast of England also has a vibrant city scene, bustling market towns, pretty villages and, of course, great country pubs.This county on the south east coast of England also has a vibrant city scene, thriving market towns, pretty villages with winding cobbled streets and leading you ton tempting Sussex country pubs.