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Price and Availability Index Chichester District
Holiday Letting Price Information in Chichester
This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in Chichester. It is during a week of July (07/07 - 14/07) that you will find the highest prices for the next months. The week with the lowest average prices is in November (03/11 - 10/11).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Chichester
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in Chichester with the graph above. The week with the least available rentals is in May (26/05 - 02/06), with only 42% of the rentals available. On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in November (03/11 - 10/11).
The weather in Chichester
Above are the weather conditions for Chichester District. July is the warmest month of the year in Chichester with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 21°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 2°. June is the driest month.
Sequester yourself with a holiday letting in the haven of Chichester
Chichester, surrounded by the Witterings, one of Britain's most beautiful coastal areas, is historical yet very much alive. With Roman palatial mosaics that look as though they were made yesterday, to yew trees that may be the oldest living things in Britain, it is a place of hidden wonders.
Chichester for children
Follow the Chichester Treasure Trail to find the long-lost treasure of the town. On the way, you'll unearth secrets from the past, and hear fascinating stories about the town's history. Look above and beyond at the South Downs Planetarium Science Centre, which offers a 100-seat theatre and projector dome that will entrance the kids. Its regular workshops bring space travel to life.
Stepping out in Chichester
The Chichester City Walls Walk lets you take in the original Roman walls, which were erected almost 2,000 years ago. The circuit takes you on a tour of the town's defences, one of the best-preserved examples in Britain. Kingley Vale Trail, another favourite, loops through one of the most amazing yew forests in all of Western Europe, including a grove of trees that are some of Britain's oldest living things.
What to check out in Chichester
For almost a thousand years, this spectacular ecclesiastical edifice has welcomed worshippers and visitors through its doors. See incredibly vibrant stained glass windows, 20th-century paintings by Chagall, a tapestry by John Piper, and a painting by Graham Sutherland in this sacred building.
Chichester Festival Theatre
Enjoying international acclaim, the Chichester Festival Theatre is situated in a Grade-II listed building that is the perfect backdrop for a colourful array of classical dramas and contemporary theatrical productions. You can see everything, from Chekhov to Guys and Dolls, at this prestigious playhouse.
Tangmere Military Aviation Museum
Located on an old RAF airfield famed for its outstanding service throughout both world wars, the Tangmere Military Aviation Museum was established by a group of aviation enthusiasts to celebrate the aviation heritage of the United Kingdom. Memorabilia from both wars accompanies aircraft simulations and interactive attractions, making for a fascinating family day out.
Fishbourne Roman Palace
One of the UK's best preserved Roman relics, Fishbourne is fit for a king. The original gardens were the first in the country, and have been lovingly recreated for the enjoyment of modern visitors. This luxurious palace is full of original mosaics. Though you'd think they were laid yesterday, they date back to 2,000 years ago, to the Roman occupation of Britain.
This fascinating and unique cultural centre focuses on local geology, genealogy, and archaeology. A collection of 500,000 objects tells the enthralling story of the district, featuring exhibits such as a Roman bath house. There are also temporary exhibitions to tickle your fancy, as well as several events.
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