Beaches in Hampshire
There are a huge range of beaches in Hampshire many of which are only a short drive from our holidays parks. But how do you choose? Well we have put together a list of our favourite Hampshire beaches to help make it easier for you.
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Beachlands, Hayling Island
Beachlands is the main tourist attraction for Hayling Island with its fairground and amusements arcades. This is primarily a shingle beach with the beach being backed by sandy grass areas and heathland, criss-crossed by many paths.
Bound Lane beach, Hayling Island
This is Hayling's quietest beach on the Seafront and one of the few where dogs are allowed throughout the year. This is a shingle beach with the water getting deep quite quickly as you swim out at all states of the tide.
Chichester Avenue beach, Hayling Island
One of the least popular beaches on Hayling Island and one of the few that dogs are allowed. This is a shingle beach with the water getting deep quite quickly as you swim out at all states of the tide.
Eastoke beach, Hayling Island
Eastoke beach is very popular with holiday makers in Hampshire, and is very close to local amenities. The beach is also popular with local fisherman and a good catch is supposed to be a regular occurrence.
Sandy Point beach, Hayling Island
These beaches can be accessed from the promenade. The beaches give great views across to the Witterings and to Selsey Bill on a clear day.
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