A 1-minute walk from Sandown High Street, Victoria Lodge provides self-catering apartments on the Isle of Wight’s eastern coast. These studios and flats have free on-site parking and WiFi.
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In this 'you may also like' section we list by order of being the closest some more beaches, things to see and do, places to eat and upcoming events.
- Sandown Beach is the longest beach on the Isle of Wight and serves the holiday resorts of Sandown and Shanklin. This beach has all the facilities and is perfect for safe family fun in the sun with gently sloping sands, great facilities, a Pier and water sports galore. The golden sands are endless with enough space for everyone to enjoy a good day out. Mom can relax as there are life guards patrolling and the Southern Water safety initiative tackles the issue of kids getting lost! The Culver Cliffs serve as a dramatic backdrop to this perfect stretch of beach with its impressive collection of seaside attractions from the pier to the crazy golf for when you get tired of building sand castles!
- Beach: The blue flag Sandown beach View: Located right opposite Sandown’s sandy beach, enjoy views over the bays of Sandown and Shanklin. You can sit inside or outside, directly on the promenade. What’s on the menu?: Light bites, wraps, paninis, sandwiches, salads & waffles
- Sandown Culver pier first 360 foot pier opened around 1879 and later extended to 875 feet in the late 1880’s along with a new pier-head pavilion. 1968 saw major redevelopment of the entire pier structure. The theatre no longer exists but the pier remains a popular seaside attraction with a restaurant, shops, kiosk’s, amusements, fishing and various pleasure cruises from the head landing stage.
- Beach: The blue flag Sandown beach View: Situated right on the beach on the western edge of Sandown seafront, looking out over the beautiful, sandy bay towards the downs at Ventnor. What’s on the menu?: A Mediterranean style café with an emphasis on great seafood. Their crab cakes are well-known!
- The Isle of Wight Zoo specialises in the care and conservation of big cats and Madagascan animals. It is situated at Yaverland near the sea and the staff are really friendly and encourage visitors to participate as much as possible. Offering a close encounter with a big cat is a brilliant way to get people to appreciate these gorgeous creatures and have a once in a lifetime experience with tigers or a lemur. The zoo also offers tours which are a big success. The friendly guides help you explore the zoo, stopping off to meet the zoo keepers who introduce you to their animals. These are the people who will be able to tell you how much poo tigers do and what the monkeys like for breakfast. An average time schedule for the zoo is like this10:30am – Meet the Monkeys 11:00am – Big Cat Tour 11.30am – Zoolittle Farm 12:30pm – Lemur Feeding 1:30pm to 2.30pm – Animal Encounters Drop-In Session in Zoo at Home 2:00pm – Porcupine Feeding 2.30pm – Big Cat Feeding 3:30pm – Monkey Feeding 4:00pm – Tiger Sanctuary 4:30pm – Big Cat Feeding 5:00pm – Animal Encounters Drop-In Session in Zoo at HomeWell worth a visit and the kids will love it! They are open seven days a week including bank holidays from 10am staying open a bit later in the Summer months! Check the website for any closures due to adverse weather!
- Yaverland beach is a wide sandy beach gently shelving suitable for all the family. The beach extends the Sandown beach all the way up to beneath the Culver Cliffs. Very popular for watersports and due to the gently shelving bottom at low tide you have shallow water making it an ideal place for kitesurf and windsurf beginners.
- Dunroamin Beach is also known as Lake beach and sits midway between Sandown and Shanklin on the Isle of Wight. The beach is a sandy beach tucked under the cliffs with colourful beach huts, a seawall and path/cycleway. Dunroamin beach is quieter than it’s bigger neighbours and is thus popular beach with surfers and watersports. Facilities at the beach include cliff-top car parking, surf schools, beach huts and cafe.
- Nunwell House is set in five acres of tranquil gardens with a stunning historic view overlooking Natural Parkland, Brading Haven, Bembridge Harbour and across the Solent. The House and Garden are open to visitors for part of the year with groups being welcome throughout the year, although part of the house and grounds is available for exclusive weddings or functions.
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