Take the Sussex Downs on for exercise, get the wind in your hair at Beachy Head and wander the halls of Arundel Castle.Unmissable stops on your list will be Brighton for its pier and seaside, Lewes' quaint charm and Eastbourne's beachside attractions.Here you can visit the hill forts of Cissbury Ring and Chanctonbury Ring and let your curiosity run wild over their long forgotten purpose, or climb Black Hill, the highest hill in Sussex.
Sailing, swimming, wind and kite surfing, and sea kayaking are all easily available to try.
West Wittering is one of the nicest beaches in the region and the local area is good for sailing.
Whether you want to chill out on the beach, get active in the countryside, explore one of the region's many castles or take in a local pub gig, Sussex will not disappoint.
Sussex has many lovely villages, a stunning coastline and beautiful countryside.
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.