Published 21 Jun 2017

Celebrating West Sussex Views

Whether it’s a stroll along the seafront or a ramble along the South Downs, there is no shortage of scenic views in West Sussex. To honour our beautiful area we decided to collate a list of some of our favourite West Sussex views, available for all to enjoy absolutely free and at any time of year.

The Trundle – Goodwood

Located near the famous Goodwood Racecourse on the sprawling Goodwood Estate, the trundle is one of four Iron Age hill forts built in Sussex. The North East side is a viewing area for the racecourse, however the top of the hill offers panoramic views over parts of Sussex, Hampshire, the English Channel and beyond. Only 3 miles from the historic city of Chichester, the trundle is the perfect location for a countryside walk and a picnic. 

Pagham Harbour

Pagham Harbour is a peaceful and stunning nature reserve, famous for being one of the few undeveloped stretches of coastline in the area. Boasting a huge range of wildlife, landscapes and historical heritage, this glorious location is the perfect place to get back to nature. Situated adjacent to the charming village of Pagham, the harbour is a treasured gem in the local landscape. 

Hotham Park

Established in the 18th century, Hotham Park in Bognor Regis offers 22-acres of beautiful gardens, walled parkland and Millberry Woods. As well as being a stunning place to relax and enjoy the tranquil surroundings, the park also hosts a number of events throughout the year showing off its picturesque location and helping to connect the local community.

Selsey Bill

Being the southernmost point of West Sussex, the Town has the sea on three sides with contrasting shingle and sandy beaches, affording the opportunity for interesting and diverse walks, whilst popular for water based recreational activities and as a seaside resort. 



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