Opposite the beautiful Marine Park Gardens, Aldwick Beach (also referred to as West Beach) is lined with colourful beach huts. Like Bognor’s other beaches, West Beach consists of a sloping bank of pebbles which gives way to flat sand when it is low tide. This beach is usually quieter than the town’s other beaches and there is parking directly next to it. You will also find The Waverley pub and the Aldwick Beach Café her, as well as the wreck of a floating pontoon, which was part of the Mulberry floating harbours used by the Allies on the French coast on D-Day in 1944.
Please take all your rubbish home with you and park in designated parking areas. This keeps our beaches clean and means many more people can enjoy our coastline. Thank you.