Whether you're planning a day out at the seaside, enjoying our award winning beaches and excellent sunshine record or a relaxing short break exploring the pennisular and the South Downs. Visit Selsey will help you find all you need for the perfect stay, from hotels to restaurants, shops, and attractions to keep the kids amused, as well as great things to do for grown ups.As a holiday resort, Selsey has something for everyone!
If you are a first time visitor or a returning visitor, welcome to what we think is one of the best quiet corners of the world.We have sun, sea, walks, fishing, diving and many other attractions here.Whilst you are in the area, please make sure you give everything a try. Another major benefit of visiting Selsey is the dark sky. If you live in a large town the sky at night is black. Here in Selsey it is anything but black. Just take the time to gaze upwards on a clear night and be amazed at what you can see. Many of the street lights are turned off at midnight to make the experience even better.
We have award winning public parks and natural open spaces. Manor Green Park, Selsey Common and East Beach Pond are all there for your enjoyment.We have clean beaches,so swimming in the sea is another enjoyable activity we host here.Just take care and stay close to the shore and enjoy yourself.Although we have a lifeboat,we don’t want it to be called out to you.
The lifeboat house,museum and shop are open to the public so you can get up-close and personal with an amazing boat and see the good work the various boats and dedicated crews have done and continue to do.
Our Beaches are a place of joy and fun most of the year provided a few precautions are taken by all who use them
Our coastal paths are a great place for walking and cycling
Another major benefit of visiting Selsey is the dark sky. If you live in a large town the sky at night is black. Here in Selsey it is anything but black.
Just take the time to gaze upwards on a clear night and be amazed at what you can see. Many of the street lights are turned off at midnight to make the experience even better.
That's why Patrick Moore lived here in Selsey
|The coast of England has some truly spectacular diving and the Sussex coastline has relatively more modern wrecks than the rest of Britain’s coastline due to the activities of German U-Boats in both World Wars and the fact that the Channel is narrow and one of the busiest shipping lanes. In addition there are a number of reefs with holes, crevices,canyons, boulders and cliffs. Regulary visited by divers from far and wide On a clear day you can see the ships in the distance coming and going||