Centurion Way

A 5 mile route following a disused railway line, the Centurion Way follows part of the old Chichester to Midhurst line. It is flat and traffic free, making it ideal for cycling families or for walkers looking for a pleasant easy stroll. For the here and now, the route links to the fascinating city of Chichester with its cathedral, busy shopping centre and nearby harbour. The Centurion Way is also a favourite route out into the South Downs for those looking for a longer, more challenging ride.

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