Isle of Wight Beaches

Find Beaches in the Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight Beaches range from traditional family friendly seaside resorts and award-winning beaches to the dramatic multi-coloured cliffs of Alum Bay. The Solent is famous for national and international sailing events, thousands of visitors attend each year to participate or as spectators. Visitors can take the ferry from Southampton

Appley Beach

Visit Appley Beach Appley beach is a popular family destination with sandy beach with good facilities and a seaside cafe...

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Alum Bay

Visit Alum Bay Alum Bay is famous for the multi-coloured sandstone cliffs making it a popular tourist destination as well...

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Blackgang Beach

Visit Blackgang Beach Blackgang Beach is at the southern tip of the Isle of Wight, just below St Catherine's Down....

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Totland Bay

Visit Totland Bay Totland Bay on the Isle of Wight is a small sandy beach at low tide, ideal for...

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St Helens Beach

Visit St Helens beach St Helen's beach is a mixture of sand and pebbles with breakwaters, a sea wall and...

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Small Hope Beach

Visit Small Hope Beach Small Hope Beach is small, but popular with families, with beach huts and sun loungers available...

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Shanklin Beach

Visit Shanklin Beach Shanklin Beach is at the southern end of Sandown Bay has yellow sand perfect for families with...

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Sandown Beach

Visit Sandown Beach Sandown Beach is a gorgeous bay with miles of soft sand below the Culver Cliffs. A firm...

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Ryde East Beach

Visit Ryde East Beach Ryde-East is a large sandy beach near the centre of Ryde just a ten minute journey...

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Gurnard Beach

Visit Gurnard Beach Gurnard Beach is a shingle beach with great views of the Solent just to the west of...

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Freshwater Bay

Visit Freshwater Bay Freshwater Bay on the west side of the island looks out towards famous landmark The Needles Headland....

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Cowes East Beach

Visit Cowes-East Beach Cowes-East is a two mile shingle beach, and a world famous yachting town. A great place to...

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Cowes Beach

Visit Cowes Beach This beach is... Dog Friendly with restrictions in the summer months Great for Families Great for Sailing...

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Compton Bay

Visit Compton Bay Compton Bay is a beautiful unspoilt beach, perfect for those wanting to get away from the crowds...

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Colwell Bay

Visit Colwell Bay Colwell Bay is a small but award winning beach on the West coast of the island between...

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Springvale Beach

Visit Springvale Beach Springvale Beach is an unspoilt stretch on the north coast of the Isle of Wight. Dog Friendly...

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Ventnor Beach

Visit Ventnor Bay Ventnor Beach is an award winning family seaside resort with a sun trapped bay sheltered by high...

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Yaverland Bay

Visit Yaverland Beach Yaverland Beach about a mile from Sandown, is a resort for sailing and water sports with a...

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Whitecliff Bay

Visit Whitecliff Bay Whitecliff Bay pleasant privately owned sand and shingle beach, perfect for beach days and coastal walks. read...

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Dog Friendly beaches in Isle of Wight

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