There’s so much history and heritage on offer to explore in and near Selsey.

One of the real highlights is the Blue plaque Heritage Trail. Made up of three different self-guided walks exploring the Blue Plaques in and around Selsey, the trail highlights the places where important people in history lived and worked as well as the locations of significant events. It’s great fun for all the family.

Whether you explore the Blue Plaque Heritage Trail, Pagham Harbour or one of the other historical attractions in the area, there’s plenty to keep you entertained.

Pagham Harbour Walks- Church Norton

Begin your explorations of Pagham Harbour at the RSPB visitor centre where you can learn about the exciting wildlife you could find and where you might get your feet wet at high tide! Pagham Harbour is criss-crossed with public and permissive…

Pagham Harbour Walks- Pagham Harbour North Wall

This walk at Pagham Harbour is such a peaceful one with no sounds of traffic. There are splendid country views inland contrasting with the landscape of the harbour. The area of the harbour here is part of the 700 acres…

Birds in flight

Pagham Harbour is an Internationally important Nature Reserve covering over 600 hectares. It consists of salt marshes and tidal mudflats, shingle, wet grasslands and reed swamps, which provide plentiful and important habitats for a whole host of wildlife. The reserve…

An image of fishing boats and nets on Selsey beach

The Selsey Heritage Trail is made up of three different self-guided walks exploring the Blue Plaques in and around Selsey, highlighting the places where important people in history lived and worked as well as the locations of significant events. The…