Worthing beach

Beach facilities

View map of beach Parking available Toilets available Dog friendly

Season: spring

Worthing has a vibrant artistic community, but it also attracts visitors from far and wide, such as my interviewee, Chris.  The town caters for all tastes, with shops and restaurants a stone’s throw from the beach and pier.  There’s a positive ambience, a wide promenade to stroll along and numerous cafes and restaurants, from which to enjoy the views of the sea or some people watching.

Spring visit photo gallery


The beach as home for Chris, here at Worthing.


Flat sand below the shingle, at Worthing on a low tide.

Season: winter

The beach and seafront at Worthing are centered around its historic Pier.  There are five miles of palm-tree lined promenade and the exciting Splash Point attraction.  However, the overriding impression here is of a serene and idyllic beach.  The Pier offers plenty of opportunity to stop and watch the world go by, enjoying all that the seaside has to offer.  For this visit I filmed from Splash Point itself, showcasing the thriving artistic community there, by the beach.

Winter visit photo gallery


The inspiration of the beach for shell artist Jessica.


The view from Splash Point in Worthing.

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