Thorney Island, Sussex

Thorney Island tide times



May 2024

Thorney Island tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Sun19
02:471.7m
15:031.6m
09:433.6m
22:074.0m
Mon20
03:291.5m
15:441.4m
10:253.9m
22:454.2m
Tue21
04:071.3m
16:231.2m
11:024.1m
23:204.4m
Wed22
04:431.1m
17:001.2m
11:394.3m
23:554.5m
Thu23
05:201.0m
17:371.1m
12:154.4m
Fri24
05:561.0m
18:131.1m
00:294.6m
12:514.5m
Sat25
06:320.9m
18:491.1m
01:044.6m
13:284.6m


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Things to see and do near Thorney Island

If you're planning a visit to Thorney Island, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Visit Arundel Castle – Arundel Castle is one of the most iconic attractions near Thorney Island in Sussex. It is a magnificent 11th century castle that is surrounded by 40 acres of beautiful gardens and parklands. Visitors can explore the castle and its grounds, take part in activities, and learn about its history.
  • Explore Chichester Harbour – Chichester Harbour is the perfect spot to take in the beauty of the Sussex countryside. It is a stunning area of natural beauty, with a wide variety of wildlife. Visitors can explore the area on foot, by bike, or by boat.
  • Visit the South Downs National Park – The South Downs National Park is a stunningly beautiful area of natural beauty that covers 800 square kilometres of Sussex. The park is perfect for walking, cycling, horse riding, bird watching, and much more.
  • Take a Boat Trip on the River Arun – Taking a boat trip on the River Arun is a wonderful way to explore the area. The journey will take you past some of the most picturesque places in Sussex, including Arundel Castle and Chichester Harbour.
  • Visit the Fishermen's Museum – The Fishermen's Museum in Thorney Island is a great way to learn about the local fishing industry. The museum offers a range of interactive displays, tours, and demonstrations.
  • Explore Thorney Island Nature Reserve – Thorney Island Nature Reserve covers around 2,000 acres of land and is a haven for wildlife. Visitors can explore the area on foot, by bike, or by boat, and enjoy its unique landscape and wildlife.
  • Visit Arundel Wetland Centre – The Arundel Wetland Centre is a great place to explore the local wildlife. The centre has over 200 species of birds, mammals, and reptiles, as well as wetlands and ponds.
  • Sail the Solent – The Solent is a stunning stretch of sea between the Isle of Wight and mainland England. It is the perfect spot to go sailing, and visitors can enjoy the stunning views of the coast as they sail.
  • Explore Amberley Castle – Amberley Castle is a beautiful 12th century castle in the heart of Sussex. Visitors can explore the castle and its grounds, and learn about its history and architecture.
  • Visit Goodwood House – Goodwood House is an impressive 18th century building that is surrounded by stunning gardens and parklands. Visitors can explore the house and grounds, and learn about its history.
  • Visit the Weald and Downland Living Museum – The Weald and Downland Living Museum is a great way to learn about the history and culture of Sussex. The museum has an array of interactive displays, tours, and demonstrations.
  • Take a Walk Along the Beach – Taking a walk along the beach is a great way to relax and take in the beauty of the Sussex coast. Visitors can enjoy stunning views of the sea and the surrounding countryside.
  • Visit the South Downs Way – The South Downs Way is a stunning national trail that covers 100 miles of Sussex countryside. It is perfect for walking, cycling, and horse riding, and visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of the area.
  • Explore Littlehampton Marina – Littlehampton Marina is a great spot to take in the beauty of the Sussex coast. Visitors can explore the marina and its surroundings, and enjoy the stunning views.
  • Take a Trip to Brighton – Brighton is a vibrant city that is full of life and culture. Visitors can explore the city's many attractions, take in the views of the sea, and enjoy its lively nightlife.

There are many things to see and do near Thorney Island. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!