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Felpham Beach

Located just east of Bognor Regis, you will find stunning Felpham Beach. This pebble and shingle beach is one of the most picturesque along the West Sussex coastline.

Adorned by brightly coloured beach huts and well connected to Bognor Regis Beach, you really don’t want to give this beach a miss if you’re in the area. Felpham is also conveniently connected to Bognor by its wide and accessible promenade, which goes all the way from Aldwick Beach Cafe.

Did you know? During low tide, the beach exposes a wide expanse of sand, making it a great place for a gentle stroll along the coastline.

Postcode for Felpham Beach

PO22 7EE or what3words: ///sings.slug.paused

Things To Do at Felpham

Enjoy a relaxing stroll along Felpham’s promenade or directly on the beach, which is divided by wooden groynes. On a sunny day, why not bring a towel and spend a quiet afternoon with a book by the sea.

Just north of the west side of the beach, there are four public tennis courts and an 18-hole putting green, located directly behind the beach huts. 

If you’re visiting Felpham with the kids, you may want to head over to Butlins for a couple of hours, which is located just off the B2259 roundabout. There’s fun for all ages here, including go-karts, live entertainment and a swimming pool.  

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, just off the Bognor Regis promenade – look out for the British flag! If you’re a keen swimmer, we run open water swimming group sessions throughout the year.

Felpham Tide Times

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 Felpham and Bognor Beach. Please note the tide times listed below are of Bognor Regis Beach, which is right by Felpham. 

Are dogs allowed on the beach?

During the summer months, from 1st May to 30th September, dogs are not allowed directly on Felpham Beach, however, they can still be walked along the promenade on a lead. During the rest of the year, dogs are allowed on the beach. 

If you’re looking for a dog-friendly beach during the summer, head over to neighbouring Climping Beach, located on the east side of Felpham.

Felpham Restaurant - The Tamarisk and Blake’s Beach Bar and Terrace

Make your way down to the western side of 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. Tuck into a freshly made stone-baked pizza, or enjoy a delightful afternoon tea

Want to eat indoors? Experience gourmet English cuisine at our Tamarisk Restaurant, located within our hotel. Brought along your pooch? We also feature a dog-friendly restaurant — Monty’s Bar & Bistro.

Postcode: PO22 7AH or what3words ///bucked.vague.finds

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