East Preston and Angmering Beach (West Sussex)

East Preston and Angmering beach has groynes and is pebbles with compact sand at mid to low tide. This is a standard beach for this West Sussex coast stretch, although due to difficult access the beach tends to be used by the locals.

The area surrounding the beach is very similar to areas west of Littlehampton towards Bognor Regis, like Middleton-on-Sea, where houses and private estates back directly onto a pebble beach.

Popular sailing location with a sailing club on the beach and a small beach kiosk by the club and a cafe 100yds back up the road.

Limited parking due to the private estates backing onto the beach, which means you have two parking choices, the village or the sailing club. Some of the roads have daytime parking restrictions in the summer or require residence permits.

The beach is only just down the road from Angmering village centre with cafes, more parking, pubs and some shops.

East Preston and Angmering Beach is dog friendly and allows dogs all year. East Preston and Angmering Beach is dog friendly and allows dogs all year.

Why not check other beaches nearby as we have no beaches around Littlehampton, 27 beaches in West Sussex, or check our list of West Sussex Dog Friendly Beaches.

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1 Review on “East Preston and Angmering Beach (West Sussex)”

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  • A lovely beach for all the family.
    The beach has a high pebble reach at high tide but at low tide has extensive sand and rock areas as the sea goes out more than one hundred yards between tides. Lovely for children at low tide and ideal for beach fishermen at high tide. Access for disabled difficult at all times. The local Disabled Action Group is working to improve the situation on disabled access to the pebble area and provision of walkways and platforms to enable better access for the whole community

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