Bosham Quay

Bosham Quay: Address, Bosham Quay Reviews: 4.5/5

Bosham Quay
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LaNyonsaise
West Midlands, UK800 contributions
Apr 2022 • Couples
Unfortunately the tide was out when we visited so we were not able to see the unique features of the village when the sea laps the cottages and the boats were grounded in the mud rather than bobbing up and down. We walked around the quay in less than half an hour (there was an easterly wind) and spent the remaining time in the craft centre which had high quality items made of wood, glass and metal and a decent cafe serving homemade cakes etc. The public car park is well signposted and not expensive. It’s worth a visit if you are passing.
Written 30 April 2022
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Michellechampers
England, UK1,447 contributions
Apr 2022 • Family
Bosham quay is a great place to visit for free, but beware the tide! the road can become the sea bed pretty fast! This little village has a very old church and church yard, a beautiful mill stream, a grass area to picnic or to watch the sailing, or paddle boarding. I enjoy walking round the harbour from one side to the other, the property’s are wonderful, and if the tide is out far enough you can see the walkway on the seabed, a small bridge built under the sea that is only accessible by foot for a few hours a day! There are lots of wild birds to see, swans, ducks, waders, cormorant, little egret to name a few.
Written 4 April 2022
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john s
Ashtead61 contributions
Mar 2022
We went to Bosham on 17th March by bus from Chichester .Lovely village which has roads which get flooded at high tide.we were there midday and ate at great local pub at 1pm .After meal we wandered around the Quay for a couple of hours exploring and crossed from one side of bay to the other on path that is under water at high tide.We felt like Moses crossing the Red sea ! Bosham is a must visit area.We visited The Spit West Wittering next day that was great as well .Different places have different attractions we enjoyed both visits .Variety is the spice of life!
Written 19 March 2022
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Shaun L
Clanfield, UK1,513 contributions
Jan 2022 • Couples
A picture says a thousand words apparently so I’ll let a few photos do the talking for this tranquil place. Bosham is a gem.
Written 20 January 2022
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Edwin F
Calgary, Canada1,555 contributions
Dec 2021
Five of us went to Bosham Quay for a visit and lunch. Pretty place to visit and have a quick walk. We also stopped for lunch.
Written 13 January 2022
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WoodKent
Kent, UK50 contributions
Nov 2021
This is a lovely place to walk around and see the wildlife and explore. Lovely houses around the waters edge.
Written 21 November 2021
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Chris C
Guildford, UK100 contributions
Nov 2021
Got there just as the sun was setting - beautiful coastline with lots of wildlife. Tide was fully out - made for a lovely early Winter evening.
Written 21 November 2021
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TJH37
Bedford, UK78 contributions
Oct 2021
Try and get to see the sunset from here. Nice place to wander around, with nice cafes and lots of parking.
Written 9 November 2021
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Karen P
Bristol, UK55 contributions
Oct 2021
Picturesque village with lovely arts & craft shops, pretty green overlooking the water and roads that are submerged at high tide. The views are amazing on a sunny day.
Written 21 October 2021
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Pisces232
Worthing, UK693 contributions
Sep 2021 • Couples
Bosham Quay is part of Chichester Harbour. Paid for parking is available near the quayside. Do not park on the sand, as when the tide comes in your car will be under sea.

The views around the quay are splendid, especially looking towards the church and Anchor Blue pub. It is possible at certain times to walk around the quay. Then besides the views you’ll see swans, ducks, boats etc.

At certain times of the year wonderful sunsets can be seen as the sun reflects on the sea.

Highly recommended.
Written 26 September 2021
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