West Wittering is privately owned, and famous for its row of lovely beach huts.
There are some restrictions for dogs in summer. In summer (May to Sept) you can take your dog on the beach, but you must be outside groynes 14A-18. This is more-or-less the area between the beach huts and the sea. It is marked. Dogs are allowed everywhere on the beach between the end of September to the end of April.
Parking can be pricey in high season. WC+disabled, dog poo bins. Wheelchair access is via the ramp by the windsurf club.
BridgerarchieGreen 100 Points
Really lovely walk, some areas are dog free zone though so please look at the signs. You have to book parking before hand through just park. Great cafe as well.
LaineyTiffersGreen 36 Points
We love this beach! Yes, parking IS expensive, but well worth it imho! Haven't visited this year due to weather & only had our dogs since January/June, but awaiting an Indian summer day!
susanjaynehGreen 38 Points
The only downside is the cost of the car park so to make it worthwhile spend a good few hours. We had the place to ourselves on Christmas Eve and it was stunning weather.
susan_wildeGreen 29 Points
The car park is very expensive and the road can be busy. For dogs it is better to drive right to the end of the large car park and walk on the national trust East Head - only accessed by car from West Wittering car park but you can walk across the fields to it from West Wittering village. Our dogs love East Head!
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