Aldwick Beach

Aldwick Beach, Bognor Regis: Address, Aldwick Beach Reviews: 4.5/5

Aldwick Beach
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Clive W
Los Angeles, California, United States18 contributions
In the bleak mid-winter
Oct 2019
I don't know what it's like on a nice sunny day, but in October it's the quintessential bleak British seaside beach, pebbles, wind, spray, forlorn looking beachside huts, closed snack stand and the reason why the package holiday business to Southern European beaches and beyond is so successful. However, if you're a baby-boomer or older and want a bit of childhood cold summer beach holiday nostalgia, it's the perfect place! Oh, and a good place to walk the dog!
Written February 11, 2020
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Swedishtomcat
Diss, UK2,787 contributions
Pebbles & some sand
Jan 2020
If you like a pebbly beach then this is one for you! Don’t despair if you you like a bit of sand too as that appears at low tide. There’s a prom to stroll along and a seafront pub called The Waverley if you fancy some refreshment whilst you’re out & about.
Written January 24, 2020
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2outandabout
13 contributions
pebble beach
Sep 2019
have to pay to park. the beach is pebbles and was empty during our visit mid week and hot weather. Nothing really there, had hoped to do a bit of beach combing but found nothing. also did not take any photos either as just sea, sky and beach. I suppose it is ok if you want to sunbathe only
Written September 22, 2019
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Lesley H
Amsterdam, The Netherlands129 contributions
Time travel on a beach.
Jun 2019 • Couples
Took me back to my childhood, walking barefoot in the warmth of the shallows, lovely firm sand and then the excrutiating pain of struggling up the shingle to get back to the promenade. Memories are made of this.
Written July 6, 2019
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Eileen H
7 contributions
Private
Mar 2019 • Couples
The reason this beach is a little gem is because it is private and owned by the residents of Aldwick Bay Estate. Of course no one minds dog walkers and holidaymakers passing through as long as they realise the beach is private and for residents and their families and guests only. The private part stretches from one end of the estate to the other but does not include the beach huts part. The Dunes, the sitting area and the boardwalk are all part and parcel paid for by the estate residents. Only residents can park in the Dunes and they all have badges in their cars to show they are residents. I have lived on this estate for 12 years and it always looks good due to the efforts of the residents.
Written March 4, 2019
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Jan295
Douglas, UK230 contributions
Pleasant walk along the beach
Oct 2018 • Friends
We walked from the Royal Norfolk Hotel along the prom, passed the beach huts to see the Mulberry Harbour, a very pleasant walk with 2 possible watering holes - a beach café run by some very pleasant Thai ladies and the Waveney Pub which is just before the beach huts
Written November 2, 2018
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Celestial Realm
Rochdale, UK1,117 contributions
Gorgeous
Sep 2018 • Family
Lovely pebbly beach..and kept really clean..very relaxing sitting here and watching the world go by..always people walking by who are so friendly..
Written September 5, 2018
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cphilp1932
Milford, UK2 contributions
Dogs allowed on beach all year!
Aug 2018 • Friends
I visited on Tuesday afternoon with my dog and an elderly friend. Parking was easy and at 50p per hour very good value. It wasn't packed so we could move around easily. We spent 90 mins here only but will return very soon to look at the Marine Gardens. Plenty of places for tea, coffee and food. Very friendly area. Recommended highly.
Written August 22, 2018
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RMM123
London, UK294 contributions
Unspoilt, quiet pebbly beach
Jul 2018
Visiting a friend whose house backs onto the beach. It was a beautiful sunny day although quite windy. The beach was almost deserted apart from a few local families and people walking their dog. Spotlessly clean and no ice cream vans or greasy spoon cafes to be seen. Idyllic.
Written July 4, 2018
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James M
Ormond Beach127 contributions
Aldwick Beach Bognor Regis, England
Jun 2017 • Couples
Aldwick Beach. Bognor Regis, England
Fantastic little Gem - Aldwick Bay Beach
This beach is a great hidden gem. We visited on a beautiful sunny day and there were only a handful of people with loads of wildflowers. The beach is off of the private Aldwick Bay Estate. There is a boardwalk with benches and on a clear day you can see from Worthing to Selsey!! Great day out.
Written May 21, 2018
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