SANDOWN PIER. ISLE OF WIGHT. UK.
By ronsaunders47 - September 8, 2012
Sandown Bay is a broad bay which stretches for much of the length of the Isle of Wight's southeastern coast. It extends ten kilometres from Culver Cliff in the northeast to just south of Shanklin in the southwest. The towns of Shanklin and Sandown are located on the bay's coast.
The seabed is a mixture of sand, shells and gravel. The beach is predominantly sand.
The bay is best viewed from Culver Down to the north. The Isle of Wight Coastal Path follows the whole bayline either along the cliff top to the
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