There's plenty of things to do in and around Bognor Regis whatever time of the year.
Head to Bognor Regis for a break beside the sea and enjoy a walk along the 2.75 miles of promenade while taking in the sea air. Situated on the South Coast of England between Brighton and Portsmouth, Bognor Regis has direct road and rail links from London and the rest of the UK, making getting here very easy.
Whether you check out the famous Pier, play some Crazy Golf, visit the Museum, ride on the promenade Land Train, or take a walk in Hotham Park, Bognor Regis has a variety of attractions and things to see and do.
Other places to see within the Bognor Regis area include the villages of Felpham, Middleton-On-Sea, the West End and Pagham. Felpham is where the famous Poet, William Blake once lived and the cottage can still be seen to this day. Each village has its own character and selection of shops.
Like to keep fit? Take a walk along the prom, have a game of tennis, or explore the 628 sq. miles of the South Downs National Park. There's plenty to keep you occupied in and around Bognor Regis.
We love our beaches and we hope you will too. The East Beach is the most popular, but there are others that you might like to visit. West beach is a quieter beach with plenty of sand at low tide, a refreshments kiosk right on the beach serving hot and cold food, and toilets at nearby West Park.
Felpham beach has seafront seating, two cafĂ©s, tennis courts and a putting green.
Pagham beach is another worth visiting, with a beach shop, retro amusements, cafĂ©, shopping area and of course the Pagham Harbour Nature Reserve.
Other places within Bognor Regis to visit include the villages of Felpham, Middleton-On-Sea, the West End and Pagham. Felpham is where the famous Poet, William Blake once lived and the cottage can still be seen to this day.
The West End, is often overlooked but has many independent shops and places to eat out as well as West Park, Marine Park Gardens, and of course the beach with its very own cafĂ© right on the beach. Pagham which is located further west is home to the Pagham Harbour Nature reserve, where there are lovely walks to be had and great views across the harbour and surrounding area. Pagham harbour is also a great place for stargazing due to its darker skies away from the lights of Bognor Town.