Felpham beach is a combination of pebbles and sand divided by groynes like most the West Sussex beaches. As the tide goes out you have rock pools and large areas of flat beach. At the back of the beach you have rows of beach huts with nice grass areas in front.
Felpham beach sits next to Bognor Regis beaches and is more built up with concrete promenade than its more easterly neighbours of Middleton-on-Sea, Elmer Sands and Climping.
Felpham beach tends to attract more locals than tourists as it located behind the village, with most tourists heading to Bognor Regis.
Cafe, shop, toilets, beach huts, promenade, Felpham sailing club, tennis courts and putting green.
Parking can be hard on a summer day but you can park either in the side roads or there is a large car park in the village.
Start of May through to end of September no dogs allowed on the beach or grass areas, although are allowed on the promenade on a leads