The Long Man of Wilmington, (near Eastbourne), . Car park is open all year, 24 hours a day. A prehistoric (maybe) chalk representation of a man carved into the side of a hill. Admission to the site and car park is free. Walking on the figure or the surrounding vegetation is not permitted.
Lewes - county town with a brewery, castle and shops, some dating back to the 1400s
Great Dixter - house and gardens known mainly for the long-lasting display of colour for much of the year
Ditchling - a picturesque village north of Brighton famed for the number of artists living nearby
Alfriston - another small village on the South Downs way
Cuckmere Haven, Friston Forest and the Living World - a popular destination for walkers which is accessible by bus from either Eastbourne or Brighton (see the number 12 route, served by Brighton & Hove)
Seven Sisters - Chalk cliffs which can be seen by walkers going from Cuckmere Haven to Seaford. Routes across the cliffs towards Beachy Head and Eastbourne are also popular with walkers.
Devil's Dyke - a popular location with walkers offering views north over East and West Sussex. And it has a pub.
Ditchling Beacon - views over East and West Sussex to the north and Brighton & Hove to the south. Walkers can continue along the downs in either direction. Walkers should be aware of the road over the beacon which is popular with cyclists and normal traffic.
St Leonards Caves - former haunt for smugglers which is now a popular tourist attraction
Rye - a pretty town situated on the hill overlooking the harbour. One of the Cinque Ports which retains a rustic feel
Drivers thinking of travelling between Ditchling and the Beacon should be aware of the width restrictions (6'6") and speed limit. Expect slow moving traffic and, in the summer-time buses operating from Brighton (number 79). Caution is advised when using this road.