Walks - Pagham Spit
Revised: 31 May 2021 - Design and Content © 2014-2022 Bernard Veasey - All rights reserved.

Pagham Spit, Pagham, West Sussex.

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This walk takes you to Pagham Spit, a shingle bank that sticks out into Pagham Harbour from the Pagham side. We walk from Church Lane around the easterly edge of Pagham Harbour to Pagham Spit. You will find a lot of sea erosion on the south side of Pagham Spit so the coastline at high tide on the map is very different to actuality. I have shown the approximate new high tide line area in sky blue on the map below. The walk and return is 3 miles long. You can usually find some street parking in Church Lane near the start position (GPS 50.7713, -0.7536 - OS: SZ879975) shown by a red flag on the map. The blue dashed line is a shortcut if you prefer it a bit shorter.
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Pagham Spit Locality

Landuse and natural features
water scrub woodland grass beach farmland residential area wetland Waterway features
in tunnel
General waterway attributes
on bridge private access motor vehicle=private one way
General highway attributes
tertiary road residential street; unclassified road service road service=driveway steps track footpath path bus stop
grave yard car park restricted access place of worship church building Leisure facilities
playground sports pitch golf course tennis Tourist facilities
caravan site
Other features
building=* administrative boundary county/authority border town/district border parish/community border fence gate stile
Little Welbourne
hamlet; locality
The Dobbin island breakwater wall
The furthest point of the walk