There's even more to Littlehampton than a visit to the beach or seafront, though that of course comes highly recommended.
There’s a whole range of activities you could add to your holiday itinerary so you can enjoy some great days out, scroll down and find your favourite way to enjoy Littlehampton.
Visit the family-friendly East Beach and neighbouring Seafront Greens and make use of the free-to-use BBQ
s on for a fresh air feast.
Rest a while and take your photos from the long bench
on the seafront.
Visit the famously unusual East Beach Café
as you walk or cycle along the promenade.
Littlehampton West Beach is a rural nature reserve and the Littlehampton Ferry
operates during the summer to take you across the river or to or enjoy a harbour boat trip. Littlehampton Golf Club
- the only links course in West Sussex is alos on the west side of the river.
, at the mouth of the River Arun, offers charter and commercial fishing and launching from a public slipway. Call in to the Harbour Board Office for local Visitor Information leaflets.
Discover Littlehampton’s history at the town’s Museum
alongside a great programme of events and exhibitions.
At the eastern end of the promenade, ride the Miniature Railway between Mewsbrook Park
and Norfolk Gardens
In the summer pedalos are also available to hire in the beautiful Mewsbrook Park, with a great cafe open all year round
Children can enjoy the fresh air by the seafront at Lion's Den Play Park
on the Seafront Greens and the whole family can play at Pirates at the Bucaneer Bay Adventure Golf Park in Norfolk Gardens
Visit the town centre to find many well known High Street names as well as some local independent family retailers.
Click on the link to the Shop Littlehampton Map 2019 [pdf] 4MB
to view, download or print your own copy, or you can pick up a copy from local shops, the railway station and the Look and Sea Visitor Information Centre
There’s so much to do in Littlehampton – you’ll need to stay for longer
to fit it all in!