Aerial Britain: Saxon Shore Way and South Downs Way
SAXON SHORE WAY runs for about 140 miles from Gravesend in Kent round the coast to Hastings in East Sussex. AERIAL BRITAIN gives us access to the wide expanses of marshland bordering the Thames and Medway estuaries and the spectacular White Cliffs of Dover. The route is rich in historical sites and literary associations. Other features are Rochester, Whitstable, St Mary’s Abbey, Sandwich, Deal Castle, Folkestone, Hythe and Rye.
SOUTH DOWNS WAY runs for about 100 miles over the rolling chalk downs of Sussex and Hampshire between Winchester and Eastbourne and includes the stunning coastline of Seven Sisters and Beachy Head. AERIAL BRITAIN also features the Wilmington Long Man, Clayton Windmills, Devil’s Dyke, Truleigh Hill, Chanctonbury Ring and Arundel Castle.