Devil’s Dyke

Embark on an exciting journey and take on the famous Devil’s Dyke. Just five miles north of Brighton, this legendary beauty spot on the South Downs offers stunning views of the city and a record breaking valley, not to mention the fascinating history and one of England’s most colourful habitats.

John Constable describes the panorama from Devil’s Dyke as ‘the grandest view in the world’, and he is not wrong with many beautiful surroundings to discover. With a little exploring you will find yourself meeting many new little friends as you discover a variety of colourful insects who hide behind the carpet of flowers that scatter themselves around.

Devil’s Dyke is the perfect location for a day out as you can bring family and friends to enjoy a picnic as you take in the valley views. At nearly a mile long, this valley is the longest in the UK and is home to an unwinding history for you to find out, so explore the valley and discover its secrets.

Devil’s Dyke
Devil’s Dyke Rd,
Brighton
BN1 8YJ

Tel: 03448 001895

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/devils-dyke