Selsey (Pagham Harbour) Beach, Chichester

Chichester, West Sussex, England, UK

Selsey Beach is a sand and shingle beach close to Pagham Harbour.

The beach is part of Selsey Bill which is a headland stretching about three miles out into the ocean with the beach being on both sides. The most popular beach is the groyne ribbed one which has a wall at the back and is more sheltered.

There are good facilities and the beaches here are popular for surfers and those who want to swim and sunbathe. There is a nature walk here where you will see many birds, plants and insects and end up at the Harbour with all the sailing boats.

Selsey side of Pagham Harbour is excellent for birdwatching.


  • Parking
  • No lifeguard
  • Cafe
  • Toilets
  • The beach is cleaned once a week.
  • Marine Conservation Society Recommended

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Tides & Weather

Tide Times & Heights for Selsey Bill on 18th January 2017

03:12 - High Tide (4.99m)
09:00 - Low Tide (1.26m)
15:23 - High Tide (4.66m)
21:16 - Low Tide (1.26m)

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