AboutBeing located in one of the traditional seaside holiday destinations, the Isle of Wight beaches have seen their fair share of sandcastles built over the years. For most of us our first living memories of the beach will have included our introduction to the ancient art of “sand-sculpture” - which often led to the more recently discovered art of being buried in the sand.
The Island’s beaches make the perfect canvas for sand castle creations, with the golden sandy beaches of Compton Bay, Sandown, Shanklin and Ryde all offering ample construction material, and plenty of time between the tides.
Located next to each are plenty of traditional seaside shops selling beach wares, so you don’t even need to bring a bucket and spade!
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|Open (1 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2017)|