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West Sussex is a county in the South East of England.

Hampshire is to the west, Surrey is to the north, East Sussex to the east and the English Channel with its beaches to the south.

Towns and villages[edit]



  • 17 Amberley Amberley, West Sussex on Wikipedia – a village with an industrial heritage museum.
  • 18 Bosham - A coastal village in Chichester Harbour.
  • 19 Lancing Lancing, West Sussex on Wikipedia - A large coastal village.
  • 20 Wiston

Other destinations[edit]


West Sussex and neighbouring East Sussex once made up the ancient Kingdom of Sussex.


English - dialect is Home Counties.

Speakers of other languages may have trouble being understood, but locals are often willing to be patient and multilingual dictionaries are available at bookstores

Get in[edit]

  • 1 Gatwick Airport (LGW IATA) is six miles north of Crawley. It has global connections and has direct road and rail links to the south coast, so you don't need travel via central London.

Get around[edit]





Local wine: Nyetimber and Wiston Estate vineyards are near Pulborough. Bolney Estate is near Haywards Heath.

Go next[edit]

East Sussex with the city of Brighton.

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