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Chichester Harbour area of outstanding natural beauty

Chichester Harbour lies west of Chichester, with an entrance from the English Channel between Selsey and Hayling Island. It comprises an area of some twenty-seven square miles of navigable water and provides some of the most rewarding scenery in the south of England.

Itchenor and the Chichester Channel

The harbour is a very popular yachting centre and set in its midst is the second largest marina in Britain offering superb facilities in a beautiful environment. During the summer the harbour villages are thronged with sailing folk, but these are places that have much to offer visitors at all seasons.

Recreational boating
  This vast natural harbour is mainly used for recreational boating and provides an ideal area for all sailing abilities. It is an ornithologist's delight, popular with bird watchers and walkers alike.
Marina   Chichester Marina Swan
Chichester Marina, set in the rural splendour of the harbour,
welcomes visiting yachtsmen from around the world
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