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Knoll Beach is a sandy beach with a gradual slope into the sea, ideal for children.  This is the most popular of the Studland beaches with good facilities and watersports hire.

Local info: available on the beach - sailing dinghies, windsurfers, pedaloes, kayaks, waterskiing, powerboat rides, wetsuit, deckchairs and bodyboard.

There is a designated naturist area between Shell Bay and Knoll Beach.

Studland Peninsula: is a nature reserve of sand dunes and heath, its sandy beaches stretches continuously for three miles from South Haven where the Sandbanks ferry arrives to Old Harry Rocks.
There are several trails through the dunes and heathland behind the beach, the countryside is said to have the most wild flowers per acre in Britain. The Studland Peninsula has been part of the National Trust since 1982.

Parking: There is a car park next to the beach (20 bays for disabled use, free parking for National Trust members).

Bus: The number 50 Wilts&Dorset from Bournemouth Station to Swanage stops near to the beach (generally every half hour in the summer).

Studland Beach and Nature Reserve
Purbeck Estate Office
Studland
Swanage
Dorset BH19 3AX
Tel:01929 450259

studlandbeach@nationaltrust.org.uk


 
 
 
 

 

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