Bembridge Isle of Wight

This small seaside town boasts a thriving heart with a selection of local shops and a friendly community spirit. Bembridge has it's own beach and is also sandwiched between the two other excellent beaches of Whitecliff and St Helens so there is no shortage of seaside fun. Within a short drive to the north is Seaview or, alternatively, to the south one will find Sandown, Shanklin and, a little further on, Ventnor.

  • Bembridge Beach

    Bembridge Beach Isle of Wight

    The beach at Bembridge is a sand and shingle beach on the East of the Isle of Wight between Sandown and Seaview. The beach extends around the village of Bembridge and is wonderfully varied depending which stretch you choose to enjoy.

    Most popular is the area near Bembridge Lifeboat Station where there is a car park. Here the beach is a mix of sand and shingle and there are views across to St Helens and the main land beyond.

    A promenade behind the beach can be followed around to the southern end of the beach towards White Cliff Bay and here you will find wonderfully peaceful sections of the coast which you can enjoy all to your self.

     

    There are numerous cafes and restaurants in Bembridge Village as well as some nearer the beach selling ice cream and lunches. Facilities are available near the Bembridge Lifeboat Station.

  • Bembridge Windmill

    Historic Windmill Overlooking Bembridge Countryside

    This beautiful windmill was built around 1700 and sits high up on a hill near Bembridge. The Windmill has been opened to the public by the National Trust and it is possible to climb up inside the mill and look at how it once operated.

    On the ground floor there is a small museum with some activities for children.

    The mill is within a pleasant walk distance from Bembridge town centre and makes a great detour on the way to Whitecliff Bay.

  • Maya Cafe - Bembridge

    Bembridge Isle of Wight

    A little cafe ideal for breakfast.

    This charming little cafe is located in very near the centre of Bembridge and has a rich earthy red frontage which is matched inside with warm colours and a warm welcome. The menu is varied enough and the coffee is good which is enough to attract in the locals even in the off peak seasons.

     

  • St Helens Beach

    St Helens Beach Isle of Wight

    St Helens has a sandy beach with occasional patches of shingle on the East coast of the Isle of Wight between Bembridge and Seaview. This fantastic beach is a wonderful escape from more popular beaches and can be reached easily by car or on foot via the coastal path.

     

    St Helens Beach is tucked away so here is how to find it: Go to the North end of St Helens Village towards Seaview till you get to a sharp left hand bend with a road turning off to the right. Follow this right hand road to the beach.

  • The Bembridge Deli

    Bembridge Map Isle of Wight

    Exciting little deli with fantastic foods

    This bright and welcoming little shop offers a fantastic range of meats and cheeses as well as an excellent selection of jams, olives, home made quiches and everything one needs to make a Mediterranean meal at home.

    Bembridge deli Isle of Wight

    Bembridge deli also operates a cafe with seating at the front and in the garden at the rear. They offer very satisfying light lunches which are made up from the fresh ingredients in the shop and is always served with a smile.

    Baguettes and sandwiches are available and they will prepare and picnic of your choice so you can enjoy your meal on the beach or along the many walks in the area.

  • Whitecliff Bay Beach

    Whitecliff Bay Beach

    One of the most beautiful beaches on the Island with soft sand and a gently sloping beach which also makes it ideal for swimming.

    On Whitecliff Bay Beach there is a small shop selling snacks and lunches as well as an assortment of things to help you get the most fun out of a day on the beach.

    The beach is directly below the North side of the Culver Downs and the hill shelters the beach. To the North is Bembridge which can be accessed by the coastal path.