Hayling Island seafront is a popular area of Havant borough, enjoyed by visitors and residents alike.
The seafront includes more than three miles of beautiful beaches used for all kinds of activities – from kitesurfing and sailing to enjoying traditional fish and chips by the sea.
We have also compiled some beach safety information to make sure we can all enjoy the area.
Rule of six starts on Monday 29 March
Havant Borough Council is already preparing to ensure a safe and enjoyable time for visitors and residents to Hayling Island's seafront. While also reminding residents that the ‘rule of six’ doesn’t come in until Monday 29 March.
Until then, Havant borough is part of the national lockdown restrictions which means you must stay at home.
Getting to the seafront
From Havant, Hayling Island seafront is accessible by car via the A3023 (Havant Road) and by bike or foot via the Hayling Billy Coastal Path.
There are many car parks along the seafront. Parking charges apply to cars, vans and motorhomes every day from 8am to 6pm. There are no charges for blue badge holders or motorcycles. Parking is free overnight, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
Visitors can also use the Hayling Ferry which runs between Hayling Island and Portsmouth. The ferry’s timetable is available online.