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Countryside & Walks

West Sussex is famous for it's history, beautiful green hills, verdant hedgerows, beautiful coastline and romantic landscapes that seem straight from a period drama. Arundel itself is located inside the Arun Valley, alongside it's namesake, the Arun River, which nestles between the South Coast and the South Downs National Park. The Weald It has been said that the south coast region is one of the sunniest parts of the United Kingdom, so what better way to spend an afternoon than to go explore the ancient landscape or the beautiful history of Arundel town with a nice walk?

Click HERE for walks in and around Arundel.

Click HERE for pdf of this walk and other walks from the Southdowns National Park website.

Click HERE for details of this walking treasure hunt around Arundel.

Click HERE for details of Arundel Walking Tours by Arundel Historic Tours

Click HERE for the​ South Downs Walking, blog of keen walker/hiker, leisure photographer and blogger, Malcolm Oakley, fortunate to live at the edge of the South Downs National Park, in West Sussex, England, he blogs mainly about South Downs walks.

Click HERE to find local gardens open to the public 
through The National Gardens Scheme. 
NB: Approximate maximum journey:
20 minutes drive from Arundel. 

Click HERE for more information on the Angmering Park Estate. 

Click HERE for more information on the South Downs National Park. 

Click HERE for more information on Chichester's Tour Guides.

Click HERE  for more information on walking the South Downs National Park

Click HERE for more information on the South Downs National Park Newsletter

Dog Friendly Eating and Drinking Establishments in Arundel
Disclaimer: These recommendations are from local dog owners, October 2014. This list is intended as a guide only and it is up to the individual venue if they allow dogs. Visit Arundel accepts no responsibility for mis-use of this information.