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Events, Attractions and Places to Visit in West Sussex
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Information about West Sussex
Some information about West Sussex from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.
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On the left of the page is a list of things to do, attractions to visit and businesses in the county of West Sussex, these have links to their websites for further information.
Enjoy the Sussex Countryside with walks through the South Downs National Park, which covers an area of approximately 627 square miles, 2/3 of which is in Sussex. This spreads from Beachy Head near Eastbourne in the East to Harting Down in the West. The stunning landscape varies from open chalk grassland to ancient forests and lush river valleys. Various other activities are also available such as Walking/Cycling/Horseriding in the area.
Take a trip to Brighton and Hove and visit the Royal Pavilion, which was built for George, Prince Regent, at the turn of the 19th century. Or the exquisite 17th century mansion Petworth House set in an outstandingly beautiful 700 acre deer park landscaped by 'Capability' Brown. Petworth House is now looked after by the National Trust.
If you like Castles and Cathedrals, why not visit Arundel Castle or Chichester Cathedral. Whilst in Chichester why not also visit Chichester Harbour Bird Sanctuary.
These are just a few of the places you may like to visit in the area but there are many more, please check out the other attractions shown on our website.
Most settlements in West Sussex are either along the south coast or in Mid Sussex, near the M23/A23 corridor. The new town of Crawley and coastal settlement Worthing are the largest in the county, with populations of approximately 100,000 inhabitants each. Next come the seaside resort of Bognor Regis, on the south coast and the market town of Horsham are both large towns. Chichester, the county town, has a cathedral and city status, and is situated not far from the border with Hampshire. Other towns are Burgess Hill, East Grinstead and Haywards Heath in the Mid Sussex district, Littlehampton in the Arun district, and Lancing, Southwick and Shoreham in the Adur district.
Rustington and Southwater are the next largest settlements in the county. There are several more towns in West Sussex, although they are of similar size to other villages. The smaller towns of the county are Arundel, Midhurst, Petworth, and Steyning. The larger villages are Billingshurst, Copthorne, Crawley Down, Cuckfield, Henfield, Hassocks, Hurstpierpoint, Lindfield, Pulborough, and Storrington.
Credited to Wikipedia