Selsey West beach is on a long stretch of coast linking Selsey with Bracklesham, the beach is mainly pebbles and at high tide, all you get is a steep pebble bank, Read more [...]
Find The Nearest Beach West Sussex
Planning a trip to West Sussex and looking for the nearest beaches. West Sussex beaches tend to be pebble banks at the high water mark and then when the tide goes out you get large areas of flat sand interspersed by wooden groynes. Typically it is thought as a built-up coast between Bognor Regis and Brighton but you can find little gems like the unspoilt Climping beach just outside Littlehampton.
Selsey Beach is a sand and shingle beach close to Pagham Harbour. The beach is part of Selsey Bill which is a headland stretching about three miles out into the Read more [...]
The East Beach at Bognor Regis is a pebble beach at high tide and sand at low tide. The beach runs from the pier up to the Butlins Holiday camp. Read more [...]
Rustington beach is a shingle beach with compact sand at low tide and the beach forms part of a long stretch of beach adjoining to Littlehampton East beach. On a windy Read more [...]
Climping beach as with many along the Sussex coast has pebbles at high tide and is divided by wooden groynes. But at low tide, a huge expanse of dark, fine, Read more [...]
Littlehampton West Beach is on the opposite side of the River Arun from Littlehampton town centre. The beach is much quieter in the summer than the main Littlehampton coastguards beach Read more [...]
East Wittering beach is a shingle shoreline at high tide but sandy at low tide! The best of both worlds really. It is a quiet spot of coast but the Read more [...]
Elmer Sands beach is a typical West Sussex pebble beach with a high water pebble bank and wooden groynes. As the tide goes out the beach expands into flat compact Read more [...]
Middleton-on-Sea beach is a great family beach that has a high water pebble area and then sand at mid to low tide. At low tide, you can walk for miles Read more [...]
Shoreham beach is a long wide shingle beach with wooden groynes. The beach is a popular South Coast water sports location, providing some good but safe sailing conditions. Conditions at Read more [...]
South Lancing Beach is located next to Lancing Beach Green a large public grass area with direct access to the beach. The beach has the usual West Sussex wooden groynes Read more [...]
Southwick Beach is a rock and shingle mix on the entrance to Shoreham harbour. Facilities include toilets, cafe and parking.