Seagrove Bay is an affluent part of the Isle of Wight, with large houses behind the beach, which is sandier than most on the island. Situated between Seaview and Priory Beach, Seagrove Bay looks east. Water sports are popular and there is a slipway for launching and recovering dinghies. The feel here is of days gone by, a gentle nostalgia for quieter times. It’s best to park in nearby Seaview and walk round, as parking is limited at the bottom of the lane to the beach.
What the beach means to Julian, Nicky, Andrew and Jo.
Summer all the way at Seagrove beach.