Salterns Way 10 years
Did you know that the Salterns Way is already 10 years old? Judith Meagher, Countryside Officer with Chichester Harbour Conservancy would like you to know more about it. This picturesque 18km cycle route runs from the centre of Chichester to the sand dunes of East Head. Most of the route is on dedicated cycle paths whilst other sections follow quiet country lanes. Cycling the Salterns Way is only possible because of the generosity of the land owners along the route. The leases are now being renewed and we are working closely with land owners so that cyclists can continue to enjoy this facility in the future.
A leaflet has been created by the Selsey Cycle Network, which details the circular cycle routes that go around the Manhood Peninsula. The cycle routes are mainly on minor or traffic free roads and provide access to Chichester and Pagham harbours. They will also take you round the edge of the new nature reserve created as part of the... Read More»
The natural landscape of the Manhood offers many possibilities for recreation and tourism. With its relatively undeveloped coastline and semi-rural hinterland it is a popular recreational destination within easy reach of several major conurbations including London. There is natural contrast to the more urbanised seaside resorts on the south coast, such as Brighton and Bognor Regis, giving it a unique status.... Read More»
The Manhood’s flat landscape offers excellent cycling and in recent years two dedicated cycle paths have been opened linking Chichester with West Wittering and Selsey. The Manhood Cycle Network also hopes to extend the network of cycle paths in the area. Follow this link for more information on the 19 km cycle path that runs adjacent to the harbour... Read More»