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Ocean Village is located in Southampton Water and it is a marina that has shops, restaurants, bars and cinemas around it as well as many other recreational facilities. Inside the marina are hotels and boatyard facilities that are used by people for leisure. Ocean Village is well known for being the start and finish of several round the world yacht races and these draw many visitors.
With YourParkingSpace you can book parking in Ocean Village, including a parking spot for the day, affordable overnight car parking, or parking for a number of months. Through pre-booking a space you guarantee yourself a spot to park and also save a significant amount of money in the process.
If you have an empty front drive, secure off-street space, or secure lock-up in Ocean Village then you could be earning extra cash via putting it up for rent. Parking spaces throughout Ocean Village are needed, for example short-term parking spots for one-off visitors to Ocean Village or local residents and commuters looking for contract parking.
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Latest Ocean Village parking reviews
Very easy ,, reasonably priced and plenty of spacesChristopher
Very easy Drive up, barrier recognises my No plate, park. When I leave I walk past the queues to pay, drive up to barrier and it opens I love how easy this is, also no hassle during lockdown, parking automatically put on hold until the restrictions are lifted. Cheaper than paying daily too!Suzy
Always plenty of space, site very helpfulKevin
Easy and handy for the RedjetKaren
Great value charge, easy to find, super convenient. Recommend.Fiona
I arrived at the car park and I parked. 24 hrs later I picked the car up and left the car park to return home. What’s not to like about that?Neil