Sussex has it all as a holiday destination - from the hills and valleys of the South Downs to glorious blue flag beaches. So for everything from spectacular walks to relaxing sun spots, Haven's Church Farm and Combe Haven holiday parks are the perfect choice.
Two Sussex holiday parks
Combe Haven near Eastbourne has Haven's usual mix of fabulous facilities and activities, including an indoor and outdoor pool, a 9-hole pitch and putt golf course, bike and kart hire, and a state of the art entertainment complex. Church Farm in Pagham is set on a nature reserve with plenty to do onsite including heated indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
Camber Sands is one of East Sussex's most popular beaches, with miles of uninterrupted sands and dunes ...the only ones you'll find in East Sussex.... Camber Sands is close to the hilltop town of Rye - one of the best-preserved medieval towns in the UK. For more brilliant beaches, head to blue-flag winners West Wittering, Hastings and Pevensey Bay.
The soaring chalk cliffs of Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters are part of the iconic white-cliffs of England's south coast. Stand on top of either for breathtaking sea views, or enjoy many of the activities available from bases at each.
Visit Chichester and the surrounding area to see remarkable Roman ruins including Fishbourne Palace, which is the largest Roman domestic building in northern Europe; the Novium Museum, which is a former Roman bath house, and Bignor Villa, which is a stunning example of a Roman home.
Downs and town
The South Downs is a national park with wonderful landscapes and wildlife. The most breathtaking views come from the South Downs Way, a 100-mile coastal path from Ditchling Beacon to Beachy Head and Seven Sisters. Sussex has many memorable towns to visit, from medieval Midhurst and Steyning to hip Brighton.