Hove Beach Huts

Hove Beach Huts

East Sussex, credit: Visit Brighton

Blue Flag Beaches in Hampshire, Sussex and the Isle of Wight

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Stretching from Chichester Harbour in the east, to Highcliffe in the west, Hampshire's coastline stretches over 200 miles and is made up of shingle beaches, sand and stone, country parks and nature reserves. The five-mile-long family friendly beaches of Hayling Island offer a great place to paddle or take a dip. The Isle of Wight has a varied and interesting coastline with inlets, caves and secluded beaches. For sandy beach lovers head to the East of the island, to Sandown, Shanklin or to Compton Bay on the West.  Discover the picturesque Freshwater Bay or the cove of Steephill, tucked away at the foot of the Ventnor Undercliff area. 

Stretching 140 miles the Sussex coastline is lined with pebble and shingle beaches, interwoven with sandy stretches. The award-winning Brighton and Hove beaches provide the fantastic backdrop to a visit to Brighton, the city by the sea. West Witterings, West Sussex is loved by families for its vast stretches of sand, and Marina St Leonards on the outskirts of Hastings offers sand at low tide and shingle dunes to explore. 


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