Worthing and Adur
Adur, named after the River Adur, is a district to the west of Brighton. Its neighbour, the Borough of Worthing, is further west along the coast. The southern part of Worthing and Adur is made up of a predominantly urban coastal strip of eleven miles. The South Downs are to the North including the extensive iron age hill-fort of Cissbury Ring and Lancing College,with its impressive chapel nested in the Downs.
As well as the seaside town of Worthing itself, there are other small towns such as Lancing and Shoreham-by-Sea, where the Downs Link path ends.
See the Worthing and Adur Walks page for full details of the following featured walks.