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Niton is a village to the west of Ventnor with a pub, several churches and some local shops. The lower part of the village is known as Niton Undercliff and was a small fishing hamlet up until the 19th Century. In the Victorian era this part of Niton flourished due to the popularity of nearby Ventnor as a health resort. Many mansions and holiday cottages were built during this time.

Niton Undercliff is closed to vehicles between Niton and Ventnor because of a landslip, although it remains open for walkers and riders. The Undercliff at Niton includes the most southerly point of the Isle of Wight, St Catherine’s Point and St. Catherine’s Lighthouse.

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Niton, Isle of Wight

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