Enjoy a walk around this lovely coastal nature reserve and look out for thousands of wading birds. The reserve is located a few miles south of Chichester, near the village of Pagham. You can park at the reserve car park, just off the Chichester Road. From here you can pick up the waterside footpaths to Sidlesham Quay and then around the site to Pagham Lagoon. There's a wide variety of habitats with salt marsh, mudflats, farmland, copses, lagoons, reed beds and shingle beaches. Look out for birds including little egrets, ringed plovers and lapwings.
To extend your walking in the area you can pick up the New Lipchis Way at nearby West Wittering. The long distance path will take you along the Chichester Channel in to Chichester.
Just to the south of the harbour you will find Selsey Bill. The coastal headland is the southernmost point of Sussex.
Around Birdham you can also pick up the Chichester Canal and enjoy a waterside walk along the towpath.
Just to the south of the harbour you will find the headland at Selsey Bill. It is the southernmost point of Sussex and has a nice beach and fish huts selling fine fresh fish.
Pagham Harbour PostcodePO20 7NE - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations
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