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Chichester Harbour

Chichester Harbour

There is always so much to do in the Chichester Harbour Area of Outstanding Beauty. Chichester Harbour Conservancy likes to make sure you can really get the most out of the harbour through their courses and activities. This winter discover the magic of Chichester Harbout on one of the many organised walks along the AONB coastline, or take the Solar Boat to get a quiet close up of the native and migrant birds who are both residents and regular visitors to this special place.

To find out more about what's on in Chichester Harbour follow this link to the Things To Do section of the Conservancy's website.

All events and activities should be booked as shown through Chichester Harbour Conservancy.

Solar Boat

Solar Boat

There are many environmental benefits to be found when using an electrically driven Solar Powered catamaran as opposed to more conventional fuel driven vessels: · Silent running – therefore no disturbance to birds, animals or humans · No exhaust emissions – therefore no CO2 contribution to greenhouse gases · The twin hull configuration contributes two major benefits; tremendous stability and no wash.... Read More»

Chichester Harbour

Chichester Harbour

At 74km2, Chichester Harbour is the largest natural estuary in South East England. It is a living, working landscape, where over 10,000 people live. The Harbour straddles the county boundary between West Sussex and Hampshire, and every year, around 1.5 million people visit, whether to sail the waters or walk the network of footpaths. There are 14 sailing clubs in... Read More»

A Distinctive Peninsula

A Distinctive Peninsula

The Natural England publication - the Natural England National Character Area Profile: 126 South Coast Plain (NE525) –  was published 24 February 2014. This excellent piece of work highlights the importance of the Manhood Peninsula as a ‘Distinct Area’ in the South Coast NCA – as ‘one of the last, and largest, relatively undeveloped stretches of coastline between Newhaven and... Read More»