Dog Friendly Beaches on the Isle of Wight
The Isle of Wight is a great place for a holiday with your dog. Many pubs and restaurants are dog friendly and there’s over 600 miles of footpaths to explore either along the coast or through pretty inland countryside and woodlands. Here’s our list of beaches to visit where you are welcome to bring your dog.
Favourite Beaches on the Isle of Wight
The Isle of Wight is situated off the south coast of England and blessed with over 70 miles of coastline. From the vast sandy shores of Shanklin, Ryde and Sandown to the pebbly coves of Steephill and Freshwater Bay, here are our top island coastal spots.
St Helens Beach and the Duver
The Isle of Wight is famed for it’s diverse landscapes and interesting history. The jewel in the crown must surely be the beaches and St Helens beach is definitely one of my top ten. Here’s a rough guide to the beach and the Duver.
For a quintessential beach holiday, Seaview is one of the best places on the Isle of Wight to stay. On the northeast coast of the Island, nestled in-between Ryde to the East and St Helens to the West, you’ll find three beautiful beaches to choose from. So pack up your picnic, bucket and spade and head off for a day of beach fun.
Hidden Beaches on the Isle of Wight
The first thing most people think of when you mention the Isle of Wight is ‘Beaches’. We’re famous for them, but they’re not all famous.
Best place for an Island Sundowner
At the end of a long day of exploring the Island, playing on the beach or recovering from a long hike (maybe to the pub), there’s nothing better than enjoying a cold drink on a summers evening and watching the sun go down over the horizon whilst staring out to sea.