Getting Here

Most visitors to Chichester Harbour travel by car and there are a number of pay and display and free car parks at various points around the Harbour. The car park at Itchenor is operated by CHC, public car parks on the Hampshire side of the Harbour are operated by Havant Borough Council and on the West Sussex side by Chichester District Council.

There are also good rail or bus links, especially in the north of the Harbour, and getting here by foot or bike is possible too.

Travelling by bus

The following bus services which cover the Harbour area are run by Stagecoach South. For further information and timetables visit their website.

Service 700: Southsea, Portsmouth, Havant, Chichester, Bognor, Littlehampton, Worthing, Hove, Brighton.
Service 52/53: Witterings, Birdham, Bracklesham, East Wittering, West Wittering, Chichester.
Service 30/31: Hayling Island, Gable Head, Mengham, Eastoke, Beachlands, West Town, Havant.
Service 56: Old Bosham, Bosham, Fishbourne, Chichester, Arundel Park.

The following service is run by Compass Travel. For further information visit their website.

Service 150: Itchenor, East Wittering, Bracklesham, Selsey. 

Travelling by train

You can access Chichester Harbour from a number of train stations along the northern border. There are stations at Havant, Warblington, Emsworth, Southbourne, Nutbourne, Bosham, Fishbourne and Chichester. Many of these stations connect with the bus services allowing access to the southern part of the Harbour.

Services are run by Southern Rail and South West Trains. Please visit National Rail for more information.