Officially one of the sunniest resorts in Britain, with clean beaches and a popular promenade makes Bognor Regis one of the most popular seaside resorts on the South Coast of England.
With traditional seaside fun and child-friendly facilities, Bognor Regis is extremely popular with young families. It also offers watersports, lively cafes, restaurants and nightclubs and a bustling shopping centre.
Bognor Regis is home to the Butlins Limited resort a 4 Star holiday centre, which welcomes day visitors as well as guests staying at their hotels and park.
Bognor Regis is a short journey away from the tranquility and beauty of the South Downs and historic Arundel and a couple of hours from London.
Bognor Regis Beaches have easy access from the promenade making them accessible for both families with young children and for visitors with mobility difficulties.
The seafront promenade stretches for some 2.7 miles all the way from Felpham to the east and Alwick to the west.
Bognor Regis Beaches: -
Bognor Regis – West Beach
Situated to the west of Bognor Regis Pier, this shingle beach with large expanse of flat sands at low tide is ideal for families and kids. Its breakwaters make excellent free windbreaks for those hot breezy days on the beach. Refreshments can be found on the promenade nearby.
Bognor Regis – East Beach
This shingle beach gives way to vast areas of flat open sands at low tide. Found to the East of the Pier and close to the Towns facilities there is parking right next to the beach and plenty of refreshments along the promenade.
A quieter beach away from the main town centre, mainly shingle with large flat sands at low tide. There is parking next to the beach and café.
Similar to the other beaches in the area, Felpham beach is a shingle beach with large flat sands at low tides. Felpham also has many rock pools to explore at low tide. There is a peaceful promenade, with greens and cafes.
A safe shingle beach with local cafes, entertainment arcade and gift shops nearby.
Accessed on foot this is a mainly shingle beach with large sands at low tide. There are many plants growing in the Shingle, which makes this beach unique. These plants attract insects and birds along the shore.