- variety of walking routes to choose from – from a mile or two to around 8 miles
- some steep climbs on some of the walks
- pubs, toilets and tea rooms in Rottingdean, Saltdean and Brighton Marina.
- accessible by bus
Part of Brighton and Hove Council’s excellent ‘Downs on Your Doorstep’ series of leaflets, this leaflet details walking options for exploring the Downs east of Brighton including the undercliff walk between Brighton Marina and Rottingdean or Saltdean, and inland over the Downs.
You can pass the seaside village of Rottingdean where Rudyard Kipling once lived (visit Kipling Gardens for real peace and tranquility), the famous Roedean School, the 11th century St Wulfran’s Church nestling in the Downs in Ovingdean, and what little is left of the lost village of Balsdean (used as target practice by the military during the Second World War).