Area Guides


One of the oldest villages that now make up Worthing, it’s High St is very well preserved with two inns and a large number of 15th to 19th Century cottages. Great transport links, sports facilities and good local shops make it a popular location for all ages.


With a population of around 14,000, Rustington is a sizable town, between Worthing and Littlehampton. There is easy access to the seafront and A259 road as well as quick routes to the A27 and excellent shopping in the High Street.

Findon Village

A charming village a few miles to the north of Worthing, with a fine selection of inns and restaurants and easy access to nearby countryside and stabling.

Brighton & Hove

Needing little introduction, Brighton and Hove, around 10 miles east of Lancing is one of the most diverse and exciting areas in the UK. Vibrant nightlife, a fantastic beach, the pier and so much more make it one of the most desirable areas in England


A traditional seaside town around eight miles west of Worthing. You’ll find a marina, seaside amusements and a compact shopping area.


A medium sized village between Worthing and Littlehampton, with an historic centre and good shopping and social facilities.


Built on a hill in Northern Worthing the area has good links to roads, both the A27 Brighton/Portsmouth road and A24 London road.


A large area just north of the seafront to the west of Worthing. The level ground and sea air originally made this popular for retirement but now families, kite-surfers and those seeking an outdoor lifestyle also call this home.

West Worthing

Mostly developed between 1920 and 1939, this area is convenient for shops, railway and the coast.


Quite some way to the west of Worthing lies Ferring village – a beautiful little seaside location and as they say in the trade ‘some prime real estate!’

Worthing Town Centre

The tourist and business hub of Worthing. The pier, restaurants, offices and an emerging arts scene make this a popular location for all ages.


Just north of Lancing, Sompting is an historic village with many notable buildings. There is quick and easy access to arterial roads and the ‘villagey’ feel has been retained.

East Worthing

The area from Splash Point is generally referred to as East Worthing. More affordable than some other areas nearby, many employees of Worthing Hospital live in the area.


One of the largest villages in England, Lancing is right on the seafront between the coast road and A27.


This mainly 1960’s and 70’s comprises a large number of houses and bungalows built on former farmland to the northwest of the town.


Just south of better known High Salvington, Salvington is an older village, now well within Worthing itself. Still retaining a ‘village feel’ it is especially popular with families.


Centred around the ancient Broadwater Green, this is a thriving ‘village’ now within Worthing itself.

High Salvington

Set in the foot of the South Downs to the north of Worthing with quick and easy access to main roads and beautiful countryside.


A leafy suburban feel with good road links and plenty of local shops.

East Preston

Lying just between Worthing and Littlehampton this is a popular location which includes Angmering on Sea, Kingston Gorse and The Willowhayne.

Findon Valley

Nestling between hills, Findon Valley has good local shopping facilities and easy access to the A27 and A24 making it especially popular with commuters.

Goring Hall

Goring Hall is a 1950's development to the far West of Worthing, West Sussex.


One of the most popular areas in West Sussex. A town with good transport links and varied properties.

Thomas A Becket

Popular residential area with great schools and local amenities.