The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.
A traditional city centre pub offering a wide selection of drinks and a menu created using locally sourced food. In addition to the usual menu, a carvery is available daily. Either dine indoors or enjoy the sunny patio in summer.
This long sandy beach is the perfect choice for families and windsurfers a like. With panoramic views of the harbour and South Downs you can spend an hour or the whole day enjoying the scenery. Life guards are in attendance during high season and parking is available close by on the grass banks (charges apply). Dogs are allowed from the end of September through until the end of April, after this time, restrictions apply locally.
The city walls date back to the 3rd century and you can join a guided walk to learn about their facinating history. Guided walks start from the Cathedral Bell Tower or you can book your own personal tour by giving them a call.
At the foot of the South Downs, this thriving city is set in the heart of West Sussex and surrounded by rolling countryside. With a long history dating back to Roman times, Chichester is now a upmarket bustling city with plenty of interesting shops and lots of places to eat. Oh and there's a great cathedral to look around too.
Part of the ASK chain of restaurants, this one is located in a classic redbrick building in the centre of town. A great location for lunch, dinner or anything in between and ideal for pre-theatre dining.
A large, light and bright cafe with lots of seating and dog welcoming!
Situated in a Grade One Listed Queen-Anne townhouse, this leading museum shows modern art from 1900 until the present day. You'll also find a cafe, fine dining restaurant and shop. Take a look at their website for current exhibitions and opening times.
If you're visiting Chichester, make sure you visit this elaborate perpendicular market cross. Situated at the intersection of four principle streets, it was believed to have been built as a place to allow poor peasants to trade.
This delightful historic park is bordered on two sides by the city walls and has a central area for cricket and a hedged bowling green. There's an excellent cafe and childrens play area. Dogs are not allowed in the park.
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