Bognor Regis east beach is the most popular and is the beach in the view of the East facing webcam. Close to the town centre, seafront refreshment concessions and pay and display parking, make East beach perfect for all the family to enjoy. At low tide there are expanses of sand to make the most of those bucket and spades!
Viewable on the West facing webcam, west beach stretches all the way down to Aldwick. There is a refreshment kiosk near the Pier with tables and seating serving hot and cold drinks and snacks. By the Marine park gardens there is pay and display parking, and a Café right on the beach searving hot and cold food and drinks.
Along the coast to the west is Pagham beach. Pagham is just a 15 minute drive away and is home to the Pagham Harbour Nature reserve. The beach is a shingle beach with no breakwaters. There is an excellent café and beach shop near the beach.
Along the coast to the east is Felpham village. The beach at Felpham has shingle at the top and large expances of sand at low tide. There are two cafés on the promenade, and the village has a number of pubs and places to eat out.
The Beaches of Bognor Regis are dog friendly beaches, however here are some guidelines to help you and your dog enjoy the most out of walking and playing on the beaches of Bognor Regis.