Whitecliff Bay Beach has a beautiful sandy beach and affords safe bathing. The beach is sheltered from the prevailing wind by the towering white cliffs of Culver and towards the southerly end of the bay, there are rocks and pools for children to explore.
There is a cafe on the beach and this is a great place for families. There is always a quiet spot that you can find and look out to the English Channel and the busy shipping lane leading to the Solent.
The two hundred meters long beach is backed by two-holiday parks so is quite a popular spot during the summer. This also means there are at least some facilities, including two cafes, but NO toilets! Along with fairly limited parking, this can mean Whitecliff isn’t the most suitable beach for everyone.
To access the bay, you will need to park in Whitecliff Bay holiday park and walk down to the beach.