From March to October, windsurfing from the beach is restricted to members of the West Wittering Windsurf Club (WWWC) only. Kitesurfing is restricted to WWWC members throughout the year.
Nearest Things To Do West Sussex
Heading to West Sussex and looking for something to do or a place to visit nearby. Coast Radar is not just a list of beaches but we bring you the whole West Sussex coast including castles, lighthouses, piers, museums, beautiful gardens, seaside towns, National Trust and other heritage properties.
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The season runs from mid-September to the end of April only. All pilots must be members of West Wittering Buggy Club.
The South Downs Planetarium & Science Centre is located in Chichester in West Sussex. It is run by volunteers and is a great educational aid for local residents and visitors Read more [...]
Parham has only been owned by three families since the building was started in 1577 and extended over the years. Built from local stone and slates. Parham’s Gardens consist of Read more [...]
Aztec Lido is a heated pool open throughout the summer months. The pool is part of a larger leisure complex.
The guest house and other remains of a Benedictine priory: much of the fine 12th to 14th- century monastic church survives as the parish church.
Shoreham Harbour lifeboat station was established in the 1850s and now operates inshore and offshore lifeboats. Station and shop open daily.
Denmans Garden, 4 Acres of garden with all year round interest including plant centre and Garden Cafe.
Devil’s Dyke, beauty spot on the South Downs Way, named after the huge dry valley that carves its way through ridges of rolling chalk grassland.