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Follow directions to West Wittering then look for the signs to the beach in the village. Hard to miss!
Easy to find?
Alternative name Witterings / Witts
Good day length
Good swell direction, ,
Good wind direction, ,
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
Huge car park but can be expensive in the summer.
A few different spots to surf along the beach and a couple past the sand bar in you fancy a paddle.
Sand bar blocks the swell at low tide but a decent wave can break over it at high tide with a good ground swell.
The atmosphere is great and the locals are always friendly and relaxed. Its always really clean as it is part of the national trust.
Worth a go if you don't fancy the shore dump down the road and certainly a better looking spot than Shore Road or Bracklesham.
Watch out for the windsurfers and swimmers though. Can be a bit of a pain!
By rusty , 21-01-2008
Slate a break - You cant bad mouth a break cos it wasnt working when you rocked up. On the plus side i'm sure the locals are fully dialed in so they get it when it's working. I work nearby and one day i will try it out, i have promised myself!
By Anonymous , 24-06-2007
Can't be that bad... - I will have to drive for an hour after work to get there. Still better then watching Big Brother!
By Anonymous , 28-02-2007
- The photo shown is not West Wittering. I took it so I should know. Someone has thieved it from another site without my permission.
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