Pagham beach is a pebble beach, in the village of Pagham. Located just to the west of Bognor Regis, it is one of the sunniest places in the United Kingdom.
The beach is popular for swimming, yachting (with a yacht club located on the beach), and windsurfing. It is also used by walkers.
There is a nature reserve located just to the east of the beach, found past the spit formed at the mouth of Broad Rife. The wetlands and lagoon of the reserve are good for bird-watching. Church Farm holiday park is located just a 5 minute walk away.
Pagham beach is home to a couple of points of historic interest. Just off the coast a the remains of a World War II Mulberry Harbour platform can be seen towards high tide whilst on the beach itself some of the beach huts are made from old railway carriages.
Parking can be found next to the beach – although there is a small cost, which varies depending on the time of the year. There are a number of facilities including cafes, shops, toilets, and places to eat.
We ask that you 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.
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