Breeze up to the downs

The South Downs with cows in a field.

You can swiftly speed out of the busy city and be surrounded by quiet, picturesque natural vistas in under an hour using our Breeze services.

Here are the bus services running to the Sussex Downs beauty spots of Devil's Dyke, Stanmer Park and Ditchling Beacon.

Family tickets are available on our app for just £10.40 or £12.50 direct to the driver and includes travel for up to five people (minimum of 1 adult and maximum of 2 adults).

PDF copies of the breeze leaflet are available here.

Brighton & Hove City Council owns 5,200 hectares of farmland and nature reserves in the South Downs called the City Downland Estate. With over 170 kilometres of public rights of way, residents in the city can explore the wonders of this iconic landscape by taking the Breeze buses.

77 - Brighton - Devil's Dyke 

A man checking a map at Devils Dyke

The longest 'dry' valley in the UK and home to the ruined ramparts of an Iron Age hill fort and the remains of a Victorian funfair, as well as some adventurous hang gliders!

Timetable details here

78 - Brighton - Stanmer Park 

A family having a picnic at Stanmer Park

A hidden gem located on the outskirts of Brighton, containing a historic church, a rustic village and a 100 year old mansion!

Timetable details here

79 - Brighton - Ditchling Beacon (weekends and public holidays only)

Ditchling Beacon

The highest point in East Sussex with a panoramic view that spans all across the South Downs!

Timetable details here