Littlehampton East Beach
Family friendly sand and shingle beach with lifeguards during summer and some unique seaside attractions.
Littlehampton West Beach
A Site of Special Scientific Interest, West Beach boasts incredible sand dunes that are home to rare and protected wildlife.
Bognor Regis (East) Beach
Popular sand and shingle beach - perfect for enjoying that classic English seaside experience!
Find answers to your questions about beaches in Bognor Regis and Littlehampton.
In Sussex by the Sea, the award-winning Sussex beaches are the star attraction, drawing visitors from all over the world, all year round!
This prime location in the middle of England's south coast also enjoys some of the longest sunshine hours in Britain. So for that special English seaside holiday, simply choose one of the shingle or sandy beaches in Sussex by the Sea.
Visit the Arun District Council Beaches website for details of Foreshores Officers, Lifeguards, Kid's Armband scheme and where dogs and horses are able to access the beach, alongside lots more useful information.
Bognor Regis East Beach proudly holds the Seaside Award again for 2018. The beach and promenade are located close to the main shopping centre, with a free Kid Care armband scheme, Foreshore Station, First Aid and RNLI Lifeguards (summer) and plenty of activities to make this beach ideal for the whole family! Click for more....
The Seaside Award Flag flies proudly over family-friendly East Beach (Coastguards) again in 2018. Along with the incredible sand dunes of the tranquil West Beach, accessible by the summer running ferry over the River Arun, there's something to suit every mood in Littlehampton. Click for more......
Sussex by the Sea also boasts many smaller beaches alongside our seaside villages
Look at a map of the coastline and see, from West to East the local beaches at: Pagham; Aldwick; Felpham; Middleton; Climping (aka Clymping); West Beach, Littlehampton; East Preston and Ferring.
All have the kind of beach where your only company might be the birds above and a good book, but with village shops and facilities are just a pebble's throw away. Click for more ....