Barton-On-Sea is a shingle Beach popular for Fossil hunting. Cliff top walks although some areas of the cliffs are dangerous. Popular paragliding location. Facilities include shops, cafe, pub in Barton itself.
Planning a trip to Hampshire and looking for the nearest beaches. Hampshire’s coastline stretches from Highcliffe in the west of the county to Chichester Harbour in the east. Although Hampshire is dominated by the coastal cities of Portsmouth and Southampton the New Forest touches a largely unspoilt stretch of coastline along the Solent.
Calshot beach is part of a shingle spit offering panoramic views of the Solent, Southampton and the Isle of Wight. The spit also has an extensive salt marsh of important read more
Milford on Sea Beach is a dog friendly beach worth visiting. The beach is a long shingle beach with character colourful beach huts lining the promenade and it is backed read more
Beachlands is primarily a shingle beach with the beach being backed by sandy grass areas and heathland, criss-crossed by many paths. This area of the seafront is the best for entertainment read more
Hayling Island West Beach, lying at the west end of the seafront, the waters here are sheltered by the West Winner sand bar ensuring that the waves are never too read more
Emsworth Harbour beach is a small shingle beach tucked away in the south east corner of Hampshire on the shore of Chichester Harbour. The small town of Emsworth is quiet but read more
Western Hard Beach is not the most attractive beach but it is great for boating and sailing, although the beach is backed by a grassy and tree lined area. Southampton read more
Stokes Bay Beach has to be one of the longest shingle beaches I’ve ever seen. It stretches from Lee on the Solent to the Stokes Bay Harbour Entrance. There is read more
Southsea beach is pebble/stoney beach that stretches along the whole southern end of Portsea Island from Old Portsmouth beach to Eastney beach. Adjacent to the beach and seafront promenade, Southsea read more
Solent Breezes Beach lies to the east of the Solent and has terrific views right across to Cowes on the Isle of Wight. The beach is accessible from the Solent read more
Old Portsmouth Beach is one part of the popular coast line of Portsmouth. It is a shingle beach stretching from Portsea Island to Eastney and is really interesting with the read more
Lee-on-Solent Beach is a shingle beach in a quiet town but does offers a lot of watersports. Whether you’re swimming, sailing, canoeing, surfing, fishing or jet skiing this beach is read more