Wild camping beach sussex

There’s a van selling teas, and a sea swimming club meets here regularly.

Between Bognor and Littlehampton (A259), turn L by farm shop into dead-end Climping Street, signed Climping Beach.

Canoe or swim with the tide from Arundel to Greatham Bridge Climb to the top of Cissbury Ring hillfort and gaze out towards the sle of Wight.

Littlehampton West Beach Wonderful dunes, just a stone’s throw from the station – nature reserve and naturists here. Turn R out of the station then take the first L over the footbridge, by the Arun View Inn (BN17 5DD, 01903 722335). 15 mins, 50.7992, -0.5451 tqo Atherington Beach, Climbing A quiet rural shingle and sand beach.Or walk upstream 1 mile from Barcombe Mills (above). From Arundel, follow Mill Rd past castle and lake, for a mile until T junction.5 mins, 50.9264, 0.0513 2a1 Isfield, Ouse Park in Isfield and enjoy a short walk to the river, then follow the footpath downstream until you find a suitable place to get in. 5 mins, 50.9783, -0.3542 U Bury, River Arun A tiny dead end hamlet with lovely grassy riverbanks downstream. 5 mins, 50.9363, -0.5336 41N Southstoke Bridge, River Arun Quiet hidden stretch of the Arun, up narrow lanes N of the castle, or a pleasant walk upstream from the castle. Turn L signed ‘S Stoke’ and continue a mile to church (BN18 9PF). 5 mins, 50.8817, -0.5417 21N Kayak the River Adur Put your kayak in at Shoreham, an hour before high tide, and paddle upstream to Upper Beeding, or further to Ashurst. Enter the river just E of Old Shoreham footbridge (near BN43 5DR).1 min, 50.7978, -0.5721 zb Barcombe Mills, River Ouse Popular stretch of grassy river bank and meadows. 2 miles N of Lewes, turn L signposted Barcombe off A26.Find car park on R after a mile, after road to BN8 5BY, and head upstream past sluices to meadow.

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