Bosham is situated on the coast 3 miles west of Chichester, 15 miles east of Portsmouth and is one of the oldest, most picturesque villages in West Sussex.
Situated by a natural harbour Bosham has had associations with the sea since Roman times. As well as providing an excellent sanctuary for migrating wildfowl, Bosham is a wonderful centre for sailing with literally hundreds of moorings for boats and yachts in the Chichester harbour. Artists, walkers and weekenders love Bosham as a destination for walks, eating out and for the history of the area all year round.
Key places to visit
- Bosham Walk Art & Craft Centre, which provides a showcase for local craftsmen
- Holy Trinity Church, a spectacular Saxon church with historical connections to King Harold and King Canute
- The Anchor Bleu, which offers great pub classics like sea cod and chips and steaks to dressed crab, home made pies and delicious desserts.
- The Quay, which attracts a variety of boats, sailors and duck feeders all year round