Ryde and Bembridge is the lovely village of Seaview. Seaview, as its name suggests, has a strong maritime culture, and the village holds a popular annual regatta in the summer.
The village itself is an Edwardian resort built with the panoramic sea views in mind, it is a popular resort for those wanting a quieter beach holiday away from the main resorts as it has a number of beaches nearby ranging from sandy to rocky. Seaview beach itself is popular with watersports enthusiasts as it makes a great launching platform and a little further down you will find Seagrove beach and it’s glorious golden sands and safe swimming perfect for those who are relaxing enthusiasts!
There are a number of very good restaurants in and around the Seaview area as well as some pubs and cafes ideal spots from which to enjoy the arresting views over a glass of wine and some local seafood.
Holiday accommodation in Seaview is varied with a number of self-catering properties located in the village and along the seafront as well as some truly stunning hotels and guest accommodation.
Bus routes to and from Seaview
8 – Newport, Arreton, Sandown, Bembridge, Seaview, Ryde
A quiet beach in a small seaside town Seaview is perfect for sailing, windsurfing, and paddling. With a yacht club on the seafront, there is plenty to watch in the summer months.
The beach is a mixture of rocks and sand and although not perfect for sunbathing there are plenty of viewpoints and places to sit and take in the magnificent sights. It has toilets and a bar selling drinks and snacks.
Seaview has on road parking, is on the Southern Vectis bus route and is close to Puckpool Park.]]>