The name is derived from the high chalk cliffs above the southern end of the beach and you will also find fossils here if you are lucky. The beach is backed by two holiday parks and is private however it is still accessable to the general public via steep concrete steps. Access is tricky and not advisable for wheelchairs or buggies. The beach is sand and shingle and dogs are not permitted at any time. There is no lifeguard cover.
Whitecliff Bay Beach
Isle of Wight