Calling Families and Group Travel Organisers

Struggling for ideas for your next day trip? Have a group to keep entertained and unsure where to take them? We’re here to help. On Wednesday 6 March (10am – 1pm) we’re bringing some of the area’s top attractions together – under one roof - to showcase all our beautiful region has to offer. From museums and zoos to coach hire and holiday lettings companies Leaflet Exchange , taking place at the Brasserie, Chichester Festival Theatre , offers the perfect opportunity to collect information, speak to the people in the know and get inspired about your next big day out, or mini break, in the...
Posted on February 06th 2019Category: Events

Where the land meets the sea

With long sandy beaches, picture perfect villages, pretty creeks, an abundance of wildlife and some of the most stunning scenery in the South of England, it’s no wonder that Chichester’s coastline has remained a firm family favourite for generations. West Wittering Whether or not you’re usually a beach goer, the unspoilt coastline and extensive sandy flats of West Wittering Beach are a must-see. Forever popular with wind and kite surfers, families flock to the beach during the summer months but it’s left largely deserted during the remainder of the year. A walk along the beach and around the...
Posted on January 23rd 2019Category: Blog

Press Release: Visit Chichester Launches New Look Visitor Guide

A new look guide to attract visitors to the Chichester region is out today. The 2019 Visitor Guide is published by Visit Chichester, the official Destination Management Organisation responsible for promoting tourism and supporting the visitor economy in the region. In a departure from previous formats, the new 36-page guide has moved towards a travel magazine style with an introduction by best selling author and Chichester resident, Kate Mosse OBE. The guide showcases the outstanding range of attractions, events, leisure activities and accommodation options available not just in the City but...
Posted on January 22nd 2019Category: General News

See our Roman side

Whether you’re a family seeking educational fun, a teacher looking to bring the classroom to life or a history buff in search of historical hotspots, we have something for you! From the City to the countryside, you can’t travel far in our region without stumbling across something from a time gone by. A Norman cathedral, Tudor market cross, the ruins of a Tudor manor and fine Georgian townhouses, we have it all. But our real connections lie even further back - with the Romans. From Roman walls and Roman roads to Roman villas and farmsteads, you’d be hard pressed to miss our ties with the Roman...
Posted on January 15th 2019Category: Blog

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