Selsey is a small seaside town which lies at the most southerly point of the Manhood Peninsula, Selsey Bill being the southernmost tip of West Sussex. Selsey is bordered to the west by Medmerry and Bracklesham Bay, and to the east by Pagham Harbour.
The charm of Selsey arises from its unique location at the tip of the Manhood Peninsula – where two ‘seas’ intersect. Stunning sea views of the Isle of Wight, big skies and a wonderful natural light, which is created by its flat topography and the reflection of the surrounding water around Selsey Bill.
Selsey is also home to the award-winning Bunn Leisure Enterprise, and one of the few remaining fishing fleets on the south coast, which provide fish and seafood to leading London restaurants. Selsey crab and lobster is world-famous and is another distinctive element of the Manhood Peninsula that contributes to its distinctive sense of place.