West Sussex Beach Guide
West Sussex is located in the South of England bordered by East Sussex, Hampshire, Surrey, and the English Channel.
West Sussex has some of the best beaches on the South Coast with huge expanses of Sandy Beaches stretched along the coastlines.
Worthing Pier is a must visit whilst in West Sussex, with lots of fun things to do and great views!
It is most famous for its South Downs National Park.
For the Wildlife enthusiast there is plenty to explore and many different species to find and admire, there are nature reserves, wilderness trails, historic castles, and parks to discover.
During the Norman Conquest there were many Castles constructed to fortify West Sussex and the coast was William the Conqueror’s stronghold in England, two of the main ones built were Arundel Castle and Bramber Castle .
West Sussex has many beautiful beaches to enjoy and some of the most popular are Bognor Regis, West Wittering, Littlehampton and Worthing.
Other Beaches: Pagham Beach, Thorney Island Beach, Goring Beach, Felpham Beach, South Lancing Beach, Climping Beach, Selsey Beach, Rustington Beach, etc.
There are also a variety of different Beach huts available around West Sussex stretched out along the shoreline!
- West Sussex has many dog friendly beaches to enjoy, such as Climping Beach, Goring Beach and Kingston Beach to name a few.
- Due to the popularity of West Sussex and its built-up locations, Parking can be very difficult during busy periods.