Walking & Cycling
The great outdoors is calling out to those who really appreciate getting away from it all.......
Worthing and the surrounding towns and countryside is the perfect place to explore on foot or by bycycle and has something for everyone, whatever their ability. From gentle routes along the coast to more challenging trails in the South Downs.
Pick up the Downs Link/Coastal Link from Shoreham-by Sea or wander the South Downs Way.
Why not explore the coastline by bike; you can follow the Sustrans Cycle Route 2 all the way along the seafront from the western end of the Worthing promenade initially using the shared use path and follow it east towards Shoreham-by-Sea and beyond.
Bring your own bike or hire one when you get here. M's Cycle Hire have branches in Worthing and Shoreham-by-Sea and they will even bring a bike to you. Or maybe you fancy trying a tandem?
You can Discover Worthing on foot and discover many of the hidden gems tucked away.
If you're a walker or cyclist there's nothing like finding a place to stay that can accommodate your particular needs; somewhere to store your bike or that don't mind your grubby hiking boots. Look out for establishments that are displaying the Walkers Welcome and Cyclists Welcome.
The Worthing Tourist Information Centre has a selection of maps and guides to help you find the route for you.
The South Downs, now a newly designated National Park are accessible from Worthing. The South Downs...
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