Attractions

The charming village of Selsey was once known as a Seal Island and was accessible by a bridge. Today, Selsey is a thriving holiday coastal town catering for visitors all year round.

There are many reasons for tourists to visit Selsey such as it's micro climate, unspoilt beaches, locally caught fresh sea food, relaxing country pubs and restaurants and walks along the seafront where you can catch views of the Sussex coast along East Beach in contrast to views of the Isle of Wight and Portsmouth along West Beach on a clear sunny day.

For families and children, consider exploring the Pagham Nature Reserve or swimming at the Oasis at the Bunn Leisure Park which also includes traditional amusements and fun rides.

If you are willing to travel further afield, the beautiful Cathedral city of Chichester beckons. There is much to do in this famous city including a visit to the magnificent Cathedral or shopping. Why not take a trip down the Chichester Canal or walk along Chichester Harbour where you can take boat rides from Itchener. Just to the North of Chichester is Goodwood, home to the Racecourse, Motor Racing Circuit and two golf courses, both of which host prestigious events each year. Require miles of sandy beaches? The Witterings boasts miles of sandy beaches and stunning views across to the Isle of Wight. If diving is your sport, there are dozens of wrecks strewn along this stretch of the Sussex coast, seek more information from local diving specialists.

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