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Walk the Coastal Path from Fort Victoria (IoW)

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The Isle of Wight coastal path is a scenic and varied 70-mile route around the island. From Queen Victoria Fort you could simply explore the country park, with its woodland trails and stunning views of Hurst Castle. Or, you can follow the coastal path East through Yarmouth towards Hamstead and Newton Harbour Nature Reserve. If heading South, you'll pass though Colwell and Totland Bays before climbing up on the iconic headland with its famous views of the Needles. Whichever way you go, you can easily return to your start point by bus.

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Free entry

No entry cost

Suitable for dogs

Suitable for dogs with some sections requiring a lead

Refreshments available on site.

There is a cafe at the fort

Disabled Toilets available

Toilets available on site, including accessible toilets

Camping

Camping nearby, including at Heathfield campsite.

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For more information check out the Fort Victoria website.

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Fort Victoria, Westhill Ln, Norton, Freshwater, Yarmouth PO41 0RR, UK

Paid parking

Plenty of paid accessible parking.

Easily accessible by public transport.

Well served by the islands excellent bus service.



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