Bembridge stretches along the eastern coast of the Isle of Wight, and thanks to its beachside location it’s the perfect destination for beach lovers and those of you who just like to be out and about beside the sea. With a huge, bustling harbour and three stunning beaches to its name, the village has always attracted beach lovers and those with a passion for sailing.

Look out for the iconic Bembridge Lifeboat station which juts proudly offshore, completed back in 2010 the station is one of the island’s most recognised buildings. If you're intent on a walk on the Wight wander just a short way from Bembridge and you’ll reach Culver Down with its dazzling white cliffs and home to some of the island’s most important wildlife.

Walk the Wight

The Isle of Wight sees walkers pull on the hiking boots and take to the island’s pathways for one very special event every year – Walk the Wight. This annual event raises money for Earl Mountbatten Hospice - the island’s only hospice, and it welcomes walkers to walk their way through area after Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Held each...

Lane End Beach

Lane End Beach heads in the direction of the sea wall, and largely pebble and stone, it’s home to the iconic Bembridge Lifeboat Station. The new lifeboat station replaced the trusty old shelter that had launched lifeboats since 1922, and these days a visit to this beach means the chance to visit the new RNLI shop too. The Bembridge lifeboat...
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