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West Wittering Beach, West Wittering

#5 of 58 in Parks in West Sussex
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Known for stretches of soft sand, blue skies, and high water quality, West Wittering Beach represents a popular family holiday destination. The beach's slight headland positioning affords gentle winds that are well-suited to wind and kite surfing. The shallow beach yields sandy flats and warm lagoons at low tide, making it suitable for swimmers of all levels. Many people come to birdwatch or spot wildlife. Colorful wooden huts line the back of the beach, and you'll find a cafe and restrooms on site. Add West Wittering Beach and other attractions to your West Wittering trip itinerary using our West Wittering tourist route planner.
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  • Very expensive car park with very limited spaces and so very big queues during weekends and peak season. The beach itself is largely pebbly apart from 100 metres or so near the car park.  more »
  • Another secret the Locals won't tell you about. WW is a Great Long clean sandy and pebble free Beach - Plenty of space - Excellent parking facilities with space for BBQ and chilling out. Parking on th...  more »
  • This place is huge - the car park is massive (there is a fee to park here: it changes throughout the day so it is cheaper towards the end of the day) and the beach itself seems to go on and on forever...  more »