Bosham Station is on the main railway line which runs between Brighton and Portsmouth. The station is in the north of the village and is about 1 mile from the church and harbour.
The 700 Bus Service (Brighton to Portsmouth) stops at the Swan Roundabout on the A259. A frequent, local service from Chichester comes right to the centre of the village.
From the A259 which runs East/West along the south coast turn south at the Swan Public House Roundabout and follow the signs to the Church and Harbour. As you approach the heart of the village the public Car Park is sign-posted to the left. Please use it as the Quay is private property and not available for parking. Shore Road is also unsuitable for parking as it floods during High Tides which occur twice a day. (floating cars are one of the local ‘sports’).
Whichever your method of arrival, take a stroll down the High Street, past the ‘Anchor Bleu’ pub (open all day) and you will see the church on your right.
After looking around the church and its grounds proceed across the little bridge over the millstream on to the Quay and savour the beautiful views down Bosham Creek, the Old Mill – now home to the Bosham Sailing Club, over Quay Bridge (tide permitting) and along Shore Road.
For car sat nav systems, the post code is PO18 8LY