As well as being a destination in its own right (relaxing, recuperating, the beach and off course water sports), Long Island is the ideal location from which to explore Hampshire and West Sussex.
There are numerous attractions close by, for example Goodwood, the historic city of Chichester and Arundel Castle to the North and East and Portsmouth Historic Royal Dockyards to the West - only mentioning the world class attractions in the area. Further, the whole of the South Downs National Park and Chichester Harbour - an area of outstanding natural beauty - are close by. And not to forget, Bracklesham Bay itself is a tourist destination, together with Selsey Bill.
| Goodwood |
Horse racing, motor racing, historic house and airfield, not to mention Glorious Goodwood, the Goodwood Festival of Speed and the Goodwood Revival
| 12 miles |
| Fishbourne Roman Palace |
Excavated Roman Palace (under cover) and recreated Roman gardens. The largest collection of Roman mosaics in the country.
| 8 miles |
| Chichester |
Chichester is made for exploring with its unique nooks and crannies. At its heart lies the Tudor Market Cross and Norman Cathedral. Ancient circular walls surround the city with four major thoroughfares which intersect at the central Tudor Market Cross.
| 8 miles |
| Tangmere Military Aviation Museum |
The Museum is home to an impressive display of historic aircraft and a unique collection of aviation memorabilia stretching from the First World War through to the Cold War. Amongst the many attractions, are numerous interactive displays and several aircraft simulators for visitors to experience
| 10 miles |
| Stansted Park |
Stansted is a Grade II Listed Edwardian country house set on a 1,750-acre estate within the South Downs National Park. The house began as a hunting lodge in the 11th century, but was developed over many hundreds of years.
| 15 miles |
| Royal Marines Museum |
Explore the fascinating history of the Royal Marines. Take a walk through history from 1664 and learn about the lives of the extraordinary people who have become Royal Marines.
| 23.5 miles |
| Southsea Castle |
Built in 1544, the Castle was part of a series of fortifications constructed by Henry VIII around England's coasts to protect the country from invaders.
| 26 miles |
| Portsmouth Historic Dockyard |
Situated within a working Naval Base, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is the only place in the world to see the Royal Navy past, present and future - a must see for anyone visiting the south of England.
| 24.7 miles |
|Portchester Castle The most impressive and best-preserved of the Roman 'Saxon Shore' forts, Portchester Castle was originally built in the late 3rd century. An exhibition in the keep interprets the history of the castle and Portchester village, and displays finds excavated on site.|| 24.1 miles |
| Royal Armouries - Fort Nelson |
This imposing Victorian fort is home to the Royal Armouries national collection of artillery – The Big Guns. The museum’s displays trace the development of artillery from pre-gunpowder siege machines to modern-day super guns. There are over 350 big guns on display.
| 24 miles |
| Earnley Butterflies Birds and Beasts |
| 2.2 miles |
| Arundel Castle & Gardens |
Arundel Castle is one of the longest inhabited country houses in England. Many of the original features such as the crenellated Norman keep, gatehouse and barbican and the lower part of Bevis Tower survive. Between the 1870s and 1890s the house was almost completely rebuilt and the magnificent architecture in Gothic style is considered to be one of the great works of Victorian England.
| 19 miles |
| Weald & Downland Museum |
Traditional buildings in a rural landscape that tell the story of the men, women and children who lived and worked in them over a 600-year period. Explore the 50-acre site and visit some of our 50 exhibit buildings. Many of the exhibit houses are furnished to recreate historic domestic interiors.
| 14.5 miles |