Visit Studland Middle Beach
Studland’s Middle Beach a lovely white pristine sandy beach relaxing and unspoilt is the perfect place to spend the day. One the Studland Peninsula’s four beaches on the on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset.
It’s usually not as busy as Knoll beach that being said it will fill up quickly on a bank holiday weekend! There’s plenty to do in the area. If you looking for some water sports you can go kayaking, standup paddle boarding, and snorkelling here.
To the south of the beach is the historical landmark of Fort Henry, a Grade II listed World War Two observation bunker. It is a short walk along the cliffs and offers fantastic views over the bay.
The Studland Peninsula is owned by the National Trust and there is parking (free for National Trust members) and toilets close to all four of Studland’s beaches.
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Getting To Studland Middle Beach
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