Traditional Bognor Regis
Bognor Regis is a traditional seaside resort with a bustling town centre within walking distance of the seafront, and just a 20 minute drive from the South Downs National Park and countryside. Nearby villages including Felpham, Middleton-On-Sea and Aldwick offer further shopping and places to eat out. This combined with superb sunshine records make Bognor Regis a great place to visit for all the family.
Travelling to Bognor Regis
Travelling to Bognor Regis couldn't be simpler by road, rail, coach or ferry. There are easy road links from the east via the M27 and A27 and the M25 and A24 from the north. The train station is a 2 min walk from the town centre and just 100 minutes from London Victoria. Coaches also operate from Victoria and Portsmouth ferry port is just 45 minutes away. Bognor Regis is also within close proximity to, Chichester, Littlehampton, Worthing and Brighton.
What to see and do in Bognor Regis
Bognor Regis offers a variety of things to see and do during your visit. Hotham Park is a 10 acre park with a miniature railway, boating lake, putting green, café/restaurant and children’s play area for all the family to enjoy. There is also an 18 hole adventure golf course.
The most visited attraction is Bognor Regis Pier, with excellent fish and chips, outdoor bar over looking the sea and a popular night club.
Bognor Regis Promenade
The promenade is Just over 2.7 miles in length and covers the areas of - Middleton-On-Sea, Felpham, Aldwick, and Pagham. Along the prom, there are a number of concessions proving hot and cold food and drinks as well as those all important ice-creams and fish and chips. The Promenade train is a great way to let the train take the strain, as well as the views! The Beach on the Beach huge sandpit, is great for the kids when the tide is in. Bognor Regis is also home to the popular holiday resort of Butlins.