Appropriately described as historic and beautiful, the picturesque town of Arundel benefits from views towards the majestic Arundel castle.
Built in the 11th century and home to the ancestors of the Dukes of Norfolk for over 450 years, Arundel castle is open to the public between April and November. Go to the web site for exact opening times.
High on the hill, the Victorian Gothic Style Cathedral of Our Lady & St Philip Howard, which was designed by Joseph Hansom (designer of the Hansom cab), overlooks the town.
The bustling market town is rich in history and benefits from an interesting selection of shops, restaurants and hotels which cater for every taste.
The Arundel Festival is just over a week long event that includes Street Theatre, Gallery Trails and Open Air Theatre.
For something different, try taking a boat trip from the Arundel Town Quay up the River Arun to the picturesque villageof Amberley, or down river to maritime Littlehampton.
Arundel a gateway town to the new South Downs National Park has two nature reserves, the Arundel Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre and AmberleyWildBrooks.
Arundel is also a great base from which to explore the beautiful South Downs. Nearby towns include Worthing, Chichester, Littlehampton and Bognor Regis.
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