If you’re taking part in Walk All Over Cancer 2021, there are some great walking routes around Selsey to get your 10,000 steps a day! The area is spoilt with a wide variety of walks including two stunning nature reserves, a heritage trail and breath taking beach to stroll along.
RSPB Pagham Harbour Nature Reserve and Sidlesham Quay is a beautiful place to walk where you can admire the interesting wildlife including a wide variety of birds, butterflies and flowers.
- 3km Circular Trail
- Car Park located at the start of the walk (PO20 7NE)
- Generally level and suitable for pushchairs.
- You can find more information and a map of the trail here
RSPB Medmerry is another stunning nature reserve and is located to the north west of Selsey. There are long footpaths with stunning views of the coast which are perfect for immersing yourself amongst the fascinating nature and wildlife.
- Lots of footpaths to choose from, making it a great place to explore over several visits.
- Car parks located at Pagham Harbour (PO20 7NE), Earnley (PO20 7JL) and at Easton Lane (PO20 7JY)
- You can find more information and a map of the walk routes around the nature reserve here
The Selsey Blue Plaque Heritage Trail is composed of 3 interesting self-guided walks around the town highlighting historical events and where noteworthy people of history lived.
- Walks of varying lengths ranging from 2.5 to 5 miles.
- If you’re up for the challenge of an extra long walk you can combine all 3 routes together!
- Car parks located at East Beach (PO20 0BH) and Hillfield Road (PO20 0LF)
- You can download a copy of where to locate the blue plaques here
Selsey beach is a beautiful walk along the southern most point of West Sussex with breathtaking views out to sea and along the coast. Points of interest include the town’s fascinating life boat station and the charming fishing boats moored up along the beach.
- 2 Mile flat walk.
- Car Park located at East Beach (PO20 0BH)
- You can find a map of the route here