Located just North of Brighton, the Devils Dyke is an area of outstanding natural beauty in Sussex, boasting stunning views, fantastic wildlife and an interesting history. A huge v shaped valley at nearly a mile long, the Devils Dyke offers amazing views north over The Weald and South out to sea and is the largest Dyke in the United Kingdom. It boasts a significant area of grass chalk land and is home to several orchids and butterfly's, making it and Special Area of Conservation and a Site of Special Scientific Interest. There is plenty of history to discover at the Devils Dyke including the remains of a Norman Motte and Bailey castle, the site of a deserted medieval village, Bronze Age burial mounds and old lime kilns as well as the remnants of a curious Victorian funfair. With a viewpoint, public house, public toilets and a car park, the Devils Dyke has plenty of facilities and the number 77 open top bus service runs from Brighton seafront during the summer and at weekends. A great day out for all the family, Devils Dyke has something for all.
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