The East Beach at Selsey in West Sussex is a pebble beach on either side of the RNLI lifeboat station.
Selsey is situated on a peninsula jutting out into the English Channel about eight miles south of Chichester. A small town that retains its history, the unique Selsey community spirit and the Selsey fishing fleet.
Local beaches are all pebble but there are many things to do including: walks along the sea wall; Cycle routes, Selsey Lifeboat Station and Museum; windsurfing and a diving and snorkelling centre; golf and Tennis.
- Free parking on the road
- RNLI shop
- Childrens play area
- Fresh fish and crabs for sale caught by the fishing boats pulled upon the beach
Selsey is a moderate walk away itself has a wide range of restaurants, cafes, bars and public houses.
We have no dog information for Selsey East beach.
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