Hampshire Windsurfing beaches

The beach guide has 10 windsurfing beaches listed in Hampshire. Check here for all windsurfing beaches in the UK

  • Stokes Bay ©

    1. Stokes Bay

    A shingle beach with great views of the Isle of Wight, near the village of Alverstoke. There is a large grassy area adjacent to the beach, with a place for barbecues.

  • Eastney ©

    2. Eastney Beach

    Eastney is a long, fairly wide, pebble beach at the eastern end of an approximately 3.5 km (2 mile)continuous stretch of coast between Southsea Castle and Fort Cumberland. The southern suburbs of Portsmouth are close by, so locals find…

  • Lee-on-Solent ©

    3. Lee-on-Solent Beach

    Whatever time of year; whatever time of day, there's always something going on in the Solent and Lee-on-Solent Beach is a great place to come to watch the goings on in this wonderful stretch of water between the south coast and the Isle…

  • Hill Head ©

    4. Hill Head Beach

    Set across the Solent from the Isle of Wight is a lengthy stretch of shingle beach backed by a tarmac walkway. Like much of this stretch of coast the beach is divided up by wooden groynes. These offer some protection from the erosive forces…

  • Beachlands - Hayling Island ©

    5. Beachlands - Hayling Island

    Beachlands comprises a virtually unbroken eight kilometres stretch of pebbles, from the Inn on the Beach to the funfair at Hayling Island. The beach has plenty of amusement arcades and fairground facilities, and while the shingle and…

  • Calshot ©

    6. Calshot Beach

    Calshot beach forms part of a mile long shingle spit which reaches out into the mouth of Southampton Water. From here you get a great view of the ships coming and going from one of the UK's largest ports. The beach also offers panoramic…

  • West Hayling (Island) ©

    7. West Hayling (Island) Beach

    The Hayling Island seafront is primarily shingle, with sand at low tide. Windsurfing was invented here and West Hayling is the island's designated windsurfing area as well as being home to the popular West Beach, which is sheltered by…

  • Meon Shore ©

    8. Meon Shore Beach

    Meon Shore is a lengthy stretch of shingle beach running along the Solent. It sits on the other side of Hill Head harbour which straddles the river Meon. Behind the harbour is the Tichfield Haven Nature Reserve, an area of coastal wetland…

  • Eastoke ©

    9. Eastoke Beach (Hayling Island)

    Hayling Island has a long, fairly wide pebble beach running along the approximately 5- kilometre length of the south coast of the island. The shoreline is interspersed by wooden groynes. To the west, the beach merges with Beachlands Central…

  • Lepe ©

    10. Lepe Beach

    A stony beach that forms part of Lepe Country Park, situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Views across to the Isle of Wight and excellent coastal walks featuring pine-fringed cliffs, D-day remains and wild flower meadows.…