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Eastbourne 2018

Downs South NATIONAL

Downs South NATIONAL PARK FROM ROLLING GREEN PASTURES TO QUAINT MARKET TOWNS, DISCOVER THE SOUTH DOWNS NATIONAL PARK’S BEAUTIFUL, PANORAMIC LANDSCAPES. Sandwiched between London and the South Coast, explore the quiet valleys, patchwork fields, iconic white cliffs of the Heritage Coast, ancient woodland and enchanting forests. Follow the undulating South Downs Way, a 100 mile route of old tracks and drove ways along the ridge of the chalk downs between Eastbourne and Winchester and see picture perfect villages, traditional country pubs and flourishing vineyards. EAST DEAN Trail of the Times LONG MAN OF WILMINGTON Step from Eastbourne seafront into the rich tapestry and diverse landscape of the South Downs National Park and enjoy a weekend walking between Eastbourne and Lewes, passing through the pretty village of Alfriston in the backdrop of the Cuckmere Valley with its quaint shops, tea rooms and 14 th Century Clergy House. Encounter the riches that make the South Downs unique along the way - Saxon burial mounds, a striking 235 foot tall Long Man etched into the chalky hillside at Wilmington, the striking Cuckmere estuary, one of the oldest cricket grounds in the world, the smallest church in England and the home of Bloomsbury writer Virginia Woolf. 10 EASTBOURNE The Sunshine Coast

A Wonderland Sunrise, sunset or under star-filled skies, let the magic of the South Downs wash over you. With more routes than any other National Park in the UK, this breath-taking landscape can be discovered by foot, bicycle or on horseback and is easily accessible for all. Explore coastal tracks, leafy country lanes and old railway trails. Spot rare birds and butterflies or even an elusive deer. Discover mysterious shipwrecks, historic pill boxes and Iron Age Hill Forts and the famous White Horse on the Cuckmere River escarpment. CUCKMERE HAVEN RATHFINNY WINE ESTATE Taste of the South Downs With its sun soaked slopes and stunning landscapes, chalky soils and fine climate, thriving vineyards like Rathfinny near Alfriston, flourish in the South Downs National Park, producing some of England’s finest award-winning sparkling and white wine. Grapes grown are similar to that of the champagne region in France, offering you a flavour of the South Downs. Visit Eastbourne @VisitEastbourne #VisitEastbourne 11

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