Selsey is a popular destination on the south coast for sea anglers keen on catching a wide selection of fish within its waters. Blessed with three main beach areas for fishing, sea anglers can be regularly seen reeling in their catch.
Blessed with a vast expanse of sky from its predominantly flat landscape, and geographical location on a Peninsula, eight miles out to sea. Selsey is largely unaffected by light pollution, it’s a perfect place to enjoy astronomy.
Diving in Selsey
By snorkelling, scuba diving or freediving, you can view the abundance of marine life and explore the wrecks off Selsey. No matter your skill level, diving in Selsey is an experience you will never forget.
Birdwatching at RSPB Pagham Harbour
RSPB Pagham is a highlight for many birdwatchers as it attracts a variety of different birds and other wildlife throughout the changing seasons.
Marine Life Walks
Explore our rich shoreline on foot via one of Selsey’s Marine Life Walks led by our resident qualified SSI Marine Ecology Instructor.
Selsey Golf Club
Selsey boasts it's own links golf course, open to members and non members alike.
Selsey Fireworks is a Selsey based nonprofit organisation which puts on an annual firework display to raise money for local charities. Every single penny we raise gets pumped back in to Selsey, it is a great night out for all of the family.
One of Mulberry Marine Experiences Beach Cleans, designed to improve the community we live in and love.
Welcome to the UK's best kept secret!
Selsey is a unique seaside town, rich in history and wildlife, at the most southernly tip of West Sussex, 8 miles out into the Solent. With more sunlight hours than anywhere in the UK it is a true destination.
Steeped in the tradition of fishing and internationally famous for its seafood, Selsey is one of the last remaining towns on the South Coast where fishermen can be witnessed bringing in the fresh catch.
Walking in Selsey
Selsey has a variety of downloadable walking trails via our web app . Trails designed to introduce and explore its rich heritage, wildlife and beautiful natural environment.
Follow the family friendly Bucket and Spade Parade to explore some of Selsey's outdoor spaces, playgrounds and beaches.
Uncover Selsey's rich heritage by walking the History of Service trail and discover the part that Selsey, it's residents and visitors have played during times of conflict.
Seek out the wildlife that makes it's home here through the Sea Life Treasure Hunt and East Beach Pond Wildlife Hunt.
Surrounded by miles of natural beaches on all but the northern side, with its bathing water rated as Excellent, Selsey caters for many water activities, experiences and interests.
Selsey Lifeboat Station
Discover Selsey’s working Lifeboat Station complete with crew on duty 24/7.
This unique experience is open to visitors 7 days a week from 10.30 until 16:00.
Selsey hosts it's own cinema at The Selsey Centre in Manor Road. Why go up to Chichester when you can watch a great film here. Fornightly movies during the season with a wide variety of options available.
Selsey Seal Trail
A public arts grant has allowed the creation of a Seal Art Trail, promting the exploration of Selsey, its rich culture, heritage and natural habitats. Designed to include a seat, bike racks, a working telescope and bug hotel.