Bay has a
sandy beach with rock pools and safe bathing, there
are few facilities but it is one of the most popular
and unspoilt beaches on the island. The bay is popular
and kite surfers.
Local info: the
crumbling cliffs constantly reveal fossils; dinosaur
footprints can be seen at low tide.
are in the car park at Hanover Point on the
eastern side of the beach.
Normally there is an ice-cream van parked at Hanover
Point in the summe.
Parking: The main car park
is on the eastern side of the beach at Hanover
Point on the A3055, there is also parking on the western side at Compton Farm.
Lymington to Yarmouth passenger and car ferry, Wightlink,
takes about 30 minutes to make the crossing to Yarmouth,
Isle of Wight.
Bus: The number 7 Southern
Vectis bus from Yarmouth stops near the beach.
Owned by the National
Mottistone, IW PO30 4EA
Tel: 01983 741020
Tourist Information Centre The Quay, Yarmouth (open from April)
For more Information:
Isle of Wight Tourism
Isle of Wight PO30 1UD
Tel: 01983 813813