Because of its many miles of coastline, as well as many inland areas of water, the Manhood Peninsula can boast an array of sporting and recreational water activities.
Chichester Harbour hosts several sailing clubs with at least four based in the Manhood Peninsula. There is also an active social coastal sailing club based at the Shore Inn in East Wittering and skippered yachts can be hired from Chichester marina. Chichester Yacht Club Dell Quay Sailing Club Itchenor Sailing Club West Wittering Sailing Club Inn Shore Cruising Club, East... Continue Reading »
Surfing/Windsurfing/Kite surfing Surfing of all kinds is a popular sport at West and East Wittering and Bracklesham, with surf hire and tuition available. More local surfing information can be found on the Bracklesham Bay Community website. Bracklesham Boardriders 2xs Surf Shop Shore WatersportsContinue Reading »
Chichester Ship Canal which links Chichester to Chichester Harbour is an ideal place for canoeing. You can also take a canoe or a kayak along the Manhood Peninsula's open coast, but if you are new to the area we suggest you take the advice of one of our local canoeing organisations first. Chichester Ship Canal Chichester Canoe ClubContinue Reading »
Selsey Bill and Bracklesham Bay offer some of the best dive sites in the country for divers interested in both WWII wrecks and abundant marine life. Divers can see the best of both at the famous Mulberry Harbours site where the sunken pontoons house many species including skate, rays, eels, crabs, lobsters and soft corals. Bracklesham Bay is the... Continue Reading »