Milford on Sea beach
Milford on Sea beach's popularity is mostly for the wonderful views of the Isle of Wight and the Needles and it’s coastal walks.

The walk from the beach to the west is a wide pathway that rises gently up Hordle Cliff, there are a lot of benches along the path and it is popular with people of all ages. The walk to the east is about one and a half miles along the shingle spit to Hurst Castle.

There are two cafes and a bowling green. This is a small quiet beach and not normally overrun with tourists.

Turn off the A337 three miles west of Lymington and follow the signs.
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Milford on Sea beach
The Needles on the horizon
Marine Cafe
The Needles Eye Cafe
Hurst Spit
Hordle Cliff
Milford on Sea beach map
Two car parks with toilet blocks.
Needle Eye Cafe & Marine Cafe
Wheelchair accessible and toilets for the disabled