A tiny village with Roman roots is a perfect spot for sailing. 

Itchenor in the far west of the county sits on Chichester Harbour, an area of outstanding national beauty, and the peaceful waters make for perfect photographs. 

Suzi Sullivan headed down to the village during a sailing regatta and spotted boats out in the harbour.

The sailing club there runs races from March to October and social events all through the year. 

At the 2011 census the village was home to fewer than 300 people.

(Image: Suzi Sullivan)

Those who don't have a boat can take a trip on the Itchenor Ferry to the southern part of the Bosham peninsula. For those with more time, you can take a tour of the harbour from Itchenor.

St Nicholas church in ItchenorSt Nicholas church in Itchenor (Image: Rob Farrow)

St Nicholas church in the village has lovely stained glass. It is a Grade I listed building and its font dates back to the 13th century.

A settlement is thought to have been established at Itchenor during the Roman conquest of Britain in AD 43, however the area was one of the first to be resettled by the South Saxons when they settled on the South Coast.