The Trundle is an Iron Age hill fort about 5km from Chichester. Set upon St. Roche's Hill, The Trundle (which means "circle" in old English) provides excellent views of the surrounding countryside.
On a sunny day, it's perfect for a picnic. Look out for Skylarks- tiny birds that hover high in the sky and sing while on the wing. Be warned, though- they are easier to hear than see!
This hill fort dates back to the Neolithic period and is a popular spot for walkers and those who enjoy the countryside. This location provides spectacular views of the Goodwood racecourse and is placed nicely within a part of Sussex, Hampshire and the English Channel.
On a clear day, one can see Beachy Head, over 45 miles away!