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To enable you to enjoy the whole Seafront, purchase a parking ticket in one of the Council's car parks and used in any of their car parks along the Seafront. Parking is free from the beginning of November to the end of February.

Toilets with baby changing facilities and drinking water can be found in a number  of places.  Taps also exist at various points along the beach.



The map has been designed to use with icons directing you to areas rather than individual businesses . Look at  the key on the bottom left and then find matching icons in areas where you can find what you are looking for.

Please Keep Our Coastline Tidy

Litter bins and dog bins are located all across the Hayling Seafront! Please refer to Council signs for seasonal variations to dog byelaws.

So many activities can be enjoyed on the beach -  apart from relaxing, sunbathing and swimming there are more energetic things to do! An outdoor gym, children’s playground and the start of the Fitness Trail along the beach (look out for the wooden fitness equipment) can be found at Eastoke Corner.  A skateboard park, basketball hoop and golf can be enjoyed in the Beachlands area and kite flying, walking, running, cycling, beach fishing all along the Beach. 

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Bus Services

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Ferry to Portsmouth

Live links are for Information and Timetables of the services.

You might be forgiven for thinking that Hayling, being an island, just consists of water-borne events throughout the Summer.  Indeed, the Island is very proud to host the Virgin Kitesurfing Armada Festival and the Round Island Kayak Event, both in June, plus the National Watersports Festival in September. There is so much more on offer throughout the whole of the Summer season, from music festivals at Eastoke Plaza to plays at the Station Theatre, one day courses at the Island library, varied events at the Community Centre and then there is the funfair,  something for everyone.

Everyone will love a ride on the Hayling Seaside Railway along the seafront from Beachlands or Eastoke Corner - to take in the beautiful views across the sea to the Isle of Wight.  Train runs weekends and Wednesdays throughout the year and everyday in school holidays.  Join it at Eastoke Corner for  trip to the weekly car boot on a Wednesday morning.

If you like watching live bands, you're in luck! Check out the listings for the public houses on Hayling - many have bands on at the weekends with a wide variety of different types of music.  During the week there are quiz nights and open mic/jam evenings. To find out about What's On whilst you are here on Hayling Island, visit or the Hayling Island page on Facebook. Also check out for outdoor entertainment.

Hayling's Coast

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