The raised beach between Bembridge and Foreland is a rock pooling mecca of vast shallow pools full of life at low tide. Depending on the time of year you might find brittle star, snakelocks anemone, crabs, periwinkles, starfish or goby. You might even be lucky to find one of the famed edible Bembridge crabs, lobsters and spider crabs – or if not there are plenty of places to buy them in the town to make a delicious picnic.
Easy parking (and loos) at Bembridge Carpark (PO35 5TD) adjacent to the Lifeboat Station jetty
Whilst you are on the Isle of Wight why not try:
Walk to the Isle of Wight’s highpoint on St Boniface Down
Enjoy a swim and crab pasty at Steephill Cove
The Needles and Tennyson Down circular walk
Circular walk St Catherine’s Oratory