In and around the area there are Golf Courses, RSPB Nature Reserves, Harbours and sandy beaches. There is Pagham Harbour nature reserve where you can go seal and bird watching.

Goodwood Motor Circuit and Goodwood manor are nearby, as is the country’s largest Roman palace, Fishbourne, with a footprint larger than Buckingham Palace. Boat Tours can be arranged from Chichester Harbour Conservancy. There are Planetarium’s, Birdworld and many country Pubs that serve locally caught fish and crustaceans, a local pint and family food. The beautiful rustic seaside village of Selsey is where you can dine out, walk and relax amongst the nestled, traditional, scenery of this old Viking trading post.

Leisure Facilities and Entertainments require a site pass for the duration of the stay, they include evening entertainments at The Embassy, see slideshow, and the Oasis Pool Complex;

Adults £25
Children £16
Under Five’s £Free
Family of Four £ 55

These can be collected from the reception upon arrival.

The site includes; Go-Karting, Fun Fair, Cafe, Late Night Food Hut, Fish and Chip Shop, Pub, Restaurant with views of the Solent serving Sunday Roasts, The Oasis Leisure Complex including pools that consist of a lane pool and general swimming, one Children’s Pool with Water Slides, Lazy River and Island suitable for the very young to adult. There are also Amusements, Sauna, Steam Room and Gold’s Gym, Tennis Courts and other restaurants all included in the site pass.

Plus miles of beaches and Nature Reserves. Huge amounts of money have been spent on state of the art Coastal Defences.  The area is ideal for a wide range of water sports including swimming, sailing, windsurfing, sea fishing, surfing and diving.

Beaches

There are glorious sandy beaches at West Wittering and East Head which are very popular in the summer months. Bracklesham and Selsey also have splendid gently shelving sandy beaches approximately 2 hours either side of high tide. The area is ideal for a wide range of water sports including swimming, sailing, windsurfing, sea fishing, surfing and diving. There are many different coastal based clubs in the area.
The beaches at Selsey, Bracklesham Bay, and West Wittering typically achieve “excellent” water quality ratings and have all passed the stringent European Environment Commission (EEC) bathing water quality standards.

For Tourist Attractions in the area please visit :

https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attractions

also;

http://www.westwitteringbeach.co.uk/

or make a booking enquiry;

 

 

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