Travel to the Chichester area in West Sussex, and you’ll find the semi-rural, coastal town of Selsey. The town has attracted the attention of many local environmental groups, due to coastal erosion, but still remains a popular part of the Manhood Peninsula.

Selsey is a great place for leisure pursuits, particularly fishing and diving. Beach or seafishing are both available in the town, while there are a number of dive sites. These include a site near the lifeboat station, Far Mulberry Reef, and the Mixon Hole. Cyclists will also enjoy a visit here, especially the cycle route between Pagham Harbour Nature Reserve and Chichester. Other attractions in the town include the Lifeboat Station and Museum, shopping in the High Street and East Beach Parade, and the fresh seafood on offer at local restaurants. Add to the mix a summer program of festivals, and Selsey will become an attractive prospect for a day out.

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