Yarmouth is dominated by its harbour and the yachting berths. The small shingle beach sits in the lea of the pier. Located by the Royal Solent Yacht Club, the beach is part of the town, which has a strategic historical significance. The beach is used as a thoroughfare for launching and returning dinghies and the adjacent town reflects the maritime emphasis here, with genteel cafes, bars and restaurants all lending an up-market feel to the area. A worthwhile attraction in the adjacent town is the excellent Drift shop on the High Street, featuring exotic ethnic treasures, found during off-season international travel.
What the beach means to Artemis.
Summer on the beach at Yarmouth.