Whitecliff Bay Beach is a sand and shingle beach at the foot of Culver Cliffs and adjoining the Whitecliff Bay Camping Grounds. The beach is a Marine Conservation Society recommended Read more [...]
Find The Nearest Beach Isle of Wight
Planning a trip to the Isle of Wight and looking for the nearest beaches. The Isle of Wight has over 90 km of varied coastline from large sandy beaches around Ryde in the north to hidden coves and deserted clifftops in the south. The island is also one of the best places in the UK for dinosaur remains and fossil hunting.
Bembridge Beach is a shallow banking beach making it perfect for families with small children. The beach is surrounded on three sides by the sea so this makes it an Read more [...]
Wood Bay beach is sand and surrounded by woods. Access to Wood Bay beach is down a public foot path from Upper Woodside Road.
Ryde West Beach is a popular small strip of sand next to Ryde pier in the pretty town of Ryde on the Isle of Wight. It is a sandy beach Read more [...]
Ventnor Beach is a well sheltered sand and shingle beach and the cliffs make it a perfect sun trap for beachgoers. The walk to this beach is really pretty as Read more [...]
Spring Vale beach is just outside Ryde is a sand and shingle beach with rock pools. Facilities include a small car park, toilets, Puckpool park and slipway.
Cowes beach or West beach is a sand and shingle beach. A good point for relaxing and watching sailing and other watersports in the Solent. This beach is steep shelved Read more [...]
Brook bay beach is a sandy beach popular for beach combing and fossil hunting as well as bathing and water sports. There is a pay and display car park from Read more [...]
Freshwater Bay is open to the Channel and takes the brunt of the prevailing winds in the winter months. At Freshwater you can see the rolling waves coming in from Read more [...]
The East beach at Cowes is a mixture of sand and shingle backed by a promenade, children’s play area and paddling pool. East Cowes also has a marina and is Read more [...]
Yarmouth Beach is a tiny but sandy strip of beach edging the coast line of this town. The town is a port dating back to 991 now turned into a Read more [...]
Alum Bay lies at the western most point of the Isle of Wight and you can see the Needles quite clearly here. One of the things tourists love is the Read more [...]