- Chichester, near to Bishop Luffa school - Grid ref: SU 847 047
- West Dean - Grid ref: SU 856 122
For use by
Walkers and cyclists. Suitable for most wheelchairs and pushchairs.
Chichester, Lavant and West Dean.
Mostly flat or slightly hilly. Southern section is tarmacked to the north of Lavant. Lavant to Binderton is compacted stone and the final section, from Binderton to West Dean, is tarmacked cycle path running alongside the A286.
Landscape, views, sculptures, archaeology, West Dean Gardens, Weald and Downland Open Air Museum.
- By road: The AA
- For details of public transport, visit our public transport pages, or call Traveline.
- OS 1:25,000 Explorer series: 120
- OS 1:50,000 Landranger series: 197
About the Centurion Way Railway Path
Download the Centurion Way leaflet, which contains a route map and some historical facts on the disused railway and development of the route.
The name Centurion Way is based on the fact that the path crosses the course of a Roman road. Eye catching sculptures relating to aspects of local history have been provided along the route.
The route connects with the South Coast Cycle Route at Fishbourne where cyclists can continue westwards to visit Fishbourne Roman Palace and Bosham. Northwards, the route continues to West Dean House and Gardens and the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum at Singleton.