Seaview Beaches

Seaview Beach Isle of Wight

The famous quality beach resort on the East of the Isle of Wight.

Seaview has two main beaches. One to the South and one to the North. Both beaches are long, sandy and clean so ideal for a day out with the family or to relax and read a book. Neither are extremely busy and there is so much beach to share around you should be able to find a quiet spot.

The South beach is slightly smaller and marginally more sheltered. The sand is scattered with patches of shingle but is largely sandy and soft. Behind the beach there is a small cafe and shop for light refreshment and a short walk back into town will give you a choice of lunch time options.

The North beach is much larger and stretches for more than a mile from the town centre. This is usually a quieter beach but the far north end attracts more people due to the proximity to a holiday park. Refreshment is available in town or at the shop in the park at the north end.

Getting to Seaview:

Seaview is on the North East of the Isle of Wight and is accessible by car and will be signposted from Ryde and Brading. A bus number 16 will take you there from with Ryde of Bembridge. Seaview is also on the Isle of Wight coastal path and is therefore accessable by foot from Ryde and Bembridge.

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