A lot of individuals like to go on holiday and spend the majority of their time walking. Before they visit the location they will plan out various walks they can take in order to witness the true beauty the area has to offer. This is one of the best ways to get the most out of your holiday because you get to explore and you will see a lot more of the area than you otherwise would.
There are lots of places throughout England (my third home!) that offer great walks. However, Sussex particularly stands out from the crowd. The county is filled to the brim with stunning sights. You will get to witness the most beautiful scenery and woodland. It’s great for camping too if you’re taking light sleeping pads with you. After all, this is one of the reasons why Sussex is such a popular location and has such a good reputation.
If you are going to book one of the holiday cottages in Sussex for a vacation then you will need to be aware of the best walks you can take whilst in the county. Read on to discover some of the most popular walks in Sussex today…
The Monarch’s Way
If you are someone who likes a long walk then you will love Monarch’s Way. It is actually one of the longest footpaths you will find in the whole of the country. What is so great about this walkway is that it is filled with history and tradition. You will literally take a walk along a monumental moment in British past. After all, Monarch’s Way is the famous path which was taken by Prince Charles II. This was of course when he was fleeing from the UK to France during the English Civil War – the 1651 Battle of Worcester more specifically.
The South Downs Way
This walk is actually a National Trail and therefore you can be assured of a fantastic walk while on holiday. The array of stunning scenery you will witness whilst walking is simply breathtaking. The countryside is picturesque and if you have an appreciation for natural beauty then you certainly want to take your camera with you on this walk. There are lots of different opportunities to create magical snaps which you will be able to stick in a scrapbook or display in frames around your home. If you are also a keen cycler then this is a route suited to bikes as well.
This walk is perfect for those who are seeking tranquility and serenity. You can enjoy a peaceful walk and let all of your troubles slip away. After all, that is what a vacation is about, right? You want to relax and unwind, and the Harting Down certainly gives you the chance to do so. What a lot of people tend to note about this walk is that as well as the beautiful countryside, there is also a lot of innovative and colorful wild flowers. If you have children, then you may want to do part of the walk and stop whilst they fly their kites – this is a great location for this.