From Bembridge RNLI Coastal Safety Team
Lane End (Lifeboat Beach)
Under Tyne and Swains Beach
North/NE-facing beach with stones above the high water mark, a narrow sandy belt and rocky pools and ledges on the low-water mark. Accessed through Swains Road. Steps down to the beach. There are no facilities on the beach and is not accessible to wheelchair users. The concrete/rock Causeway marked by the red/white pole is known as Colonel's Hard.
St Helens Beach (The Duver)
The Point (Harbour and entrance channel)
Silversands Beach (Beach Road/The Point)
Forelands (Paddock Drive to Howgate Chine)
This is an idyllic gently sloping sandy bay facing north east. Access is from St Helens Old Church or from Seagrove Bay. Access depends on the state of the tide. There is a footpath through the trees at the back of the beach which can be muddy. No facilities. NB: it is a Private Beach, however the owners have always allowed public access by water and around the headlands.