Aldwick beach is the continuation of a single long stretch of West Sussex pebble beaches. As with all beaches in this area you have pebbles only at high tide and then as the tide goes out you get compact sand. The tide goes out a long way giving lots of space and exposes some rocks to explore.
The beach has some colourful beach huts and a small beachside cafe that has tables and sells hot and cold food. The beach here also has some small fishing boats that get pulled onto the beach.
Behind the beach you have Marine Park that gives an alternative to the pebbles and sand and also some more space whilst the tide is in.
- Beach huts
- Beach cafe selling hot and cold food
- Parking, pay and display Apr-Sept and FREE Oct - Mar
- Gardens and grass area
We have no dog information for Aldwick beach.