Welcome to Elmer Sands Beach - A Tranquil Oasis
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Unlike other beaches in the area, Elmer doesn’t feature its own accessible promenade, however, there is a picturesque footpath which trails along the beach. When the tide is out, a large expanse of sand is exposed, making it an incredibly scenic walking route.
A popular walking route is starting off from Felpham Beach and heading eastwards towards Climping.
North of Elmer Beach is a large and private residential area, part of the village of Middleton-on-Sea, which is surrounded by agricultural fields. If you’re travelling by car, the nearest place to park is either at Climping Beach or down one of the residential streets in Elmer, which aren’t part of the private estate.
Want a more active break by the beach? Paddleboards can be hired from us at the Beachcroft Hotel. We’re located on the west side of Felpham Beach. If you adore sea swimming, we run open water swimming group sessions throughout the year.
Fancy taking a dip in the sea or enjoying a spot of paddle boarding? Check out the latest tide times before making a trip down to Elmer Sands. Please note the table below reflects the tide times of Bognor Regis Beach, which is very close to Elmer.
Dogs are allowed on Elmer Sands all-year-round.
Make your way westwards to the neighbouring Felpham Beach, and you’ll find our highly rated Blake’s Beach Bar and Terrace. Enjoy a sunny day on our outside decking area, overlooking the pebble-stone beach.
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