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Travelling to Hayling Island
Although very rural, Hayling Island is far from being in "The Sticks". With the A27 running just North of the Island and nearby Havant Station sitting on one of the main routes to London, travelling to Hayling is simple.
For those looking to travel either to or from places further afield, Hayling is also within easy travelling distance of International airports and the European ferry port of Portsmouth.
Getting to Hayling by road
Regular services run from London Victoria, London Waterloo, Gatwick, Portsmouth, Southampton and Brighton to Havant station. From Havant station travellers can either take a taxi or hop on a bus from the nearby bus station. Information on rail travel can be obtained from the National Rail Enquiries Line on 08457 48 49 50 or you can make a booking online at thetrainline.com.
National Express Coaches run services from London Victoria and other parts of the country to Havant Bus Depot. They can be contacted on 0990 80 80 80, or by visiting their website.
Located on the far western extremity of Hayling Island, this regular foot & bike service takes roughly five minutes to cross between Hayling & Eastney. For a full time table, please click here.
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