West Wittering Beach (West Wittering, West Sussex) Reviews
Newest Review: ... if you're planning to spend a whole day on West Wittering beach, the car parking cost is more acceptable. There is a beach café where you can buy ice creams, drinks and takeaway snacks as well as beach items. It is open between April and October. I have always found the toilets to be clean and satisfactory. There is a baby changing area and also showers to wash off any stubborn sand. A small group of local residents (one being my husband's grandfather) got together in the 1950s to form the West Wittering Preservation Trust when a private developer tried to buy a strip of coastland for a hotel and golf complex. West Wittering Estate Ltd w... more
Customer West Wittering Beach (West Wittering, West Sussex) Reviews (1)
by - written on 18/12/11 (Very useful, 186 readings)
The small, coastal village of West Wittering is approximately 7 miles southwest of Chichester in West Sussex, at the mouth of one of the largest natural harbours in the world. The lovely sandy beach backed by dunes and grassland overlooks Chichester harbour and the South Downs. It is possible to see the Isle of Wight on a clear day. West Wittering beach is a Blue Flag beach, testament to the cleanliness of the seawater and absence of litter on the sands. My husband grew up in West Wittering so the place has always been very close to our hearts and we have spent some wonderful holidays there over the years. One of the plus points compared to other seaside ... Read the complete review
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