Last updated:
15 February 2015

About West Sussex

Find out about our beautiful county via maps.

West Sussex is centrally located on the coast of central southern England. It simply has it all; acres of green and pleasant countryside, vibrant and varied cities and towns and miles of sunny seaside!

It's home to more than 750,000 people and millions more visit us every year.

Interactive map (iMap)

Our interactive map is designed for all lovers of the countryside, including walkers, riders, and cyclists.

It shows all the rights of way in West Sussex as well as long distance paths, shorter walks and easy-access trails for wheelchair users. You can also find pubs, accommodation and information about nature reserves and National Trust properties in the county.

Launch the iMap (external link)

Other maps

The maps below, reading left to right, depict the: 

  • main towns in West Sussex
  • Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) -  the light green areas denote Chichester Harbour AONB, Sussex Downs AONB and High Weald AONB reading from left to right. (Please note that the Ordnance Survey mapping is provided by the County Council under licence from Ordnance Survey in order to fulfil its public function to make Council-held public domain information available. If you wish to licence Ordnance Survey mapping or map data for your own use, please contact Ordnance Survey Copyright.)

Please select an image to view it in more detail.

You can also view how West Sussex is divided up constitutionally on Electoral division boundaries.


Other maps of West Sussex

 

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