Bognor Regis is situated on the South Coast of England between Brighton and Portsmouth. With direct road and rail links from London and the rest of the UK, getting to Bognor Regis is very easy. The A259 runs through Bognor Regis and the B2166 will take you to the seafront where the competition is held on the pier.
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Travelling Wise – Bognor Regis is
- A 100 minutes by train from London Victoria
- Just over an hour by road from the M25 London orbital motorway
- Just over an hour from London Gatwick International Airport
- Regular coach connections from London Heathrow and London Gatwick airports
- Within easy access of France across the English Channel from the Portsmouth Ferry terminal or Newhaven.
Bognor Regis is 100 minutes from London Victoria. Some services require that you change at Barnham, so do check for with National Rail for times and fares. Bognor Regis railway station is very close to the town centre, and is about 7 mins walk to the pier and the beach. Taxis can be hired from within Bognor Regis train station.
The A259 runs through Bognor Regis and the B2166 will take you to the seafront. The A29 also runs to Bognor Regis and joins the A259. The AA can provide you with a route.
The local bus service Stagecoach, run regular services from most towns and places surrounding the Bognor Regis area. There are many direct route services from Brighton, Portsmouth, and Guildford, etc. Contact: Stagecoach Travel Enquiries via their website: www.stagecoachbus.com for further information.
National Express run services that travel to Bognor Regis. See their website for up to date information and service times. www.nationalexpress.com
Bognor Regis is within easy reach of a number of ferry ports including Portsmouth Harbour (approx 24 miles), and Newhaven (approx 42 miles).