Norfolk Road Beach (Littlehampton)
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Norfolk Road is a predominantly shingle beach a short walk from the bustling seaside resort of Littlehampton. However, towards low tide an extensive area of sand is revealed. Norfolk Road is probably best known for the brightly-coloured beach huts positioned along the top of the beach.
The beach here is located directly in front of the harbour town of Littlehampton, a well-developed resort, with a pier, a promenade and a good variety of activities. The harbour area, with its excellent riverside promenade, is home to the iconic Look & Sea Centre, which has a good viewing tower and a restaurant serving locally-caught seafood. Boat and ferry services operate from the harbour.
Norfolk Gardens on the promenade has miniature golf, tennis courts and a miniature train which runs to Mesbrook Park. At the mouth of the River Arun, Harbour Park provides a variety of seaside amusements including arcades, a rollercoaster and a log flume. There are plenty of footpaths in the area, including walks to nearby Arundel and Amberley.
Type of beach
Sand & shingle
Dogs friendly beach?
Dog access is restricted to certain areas of the beach during the summer and dogs must be kept on leads on the promenade.
OS grid ref.
TQ 0358 0127
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