Congrats on GSO and FP, both well deserved. Wonderful photos.
|With only a handful of cottages, brightly coloured canopied deckchairs, beach huts, lobster pots and an old donkey and not a slot machine, car or burger in sight, you would be forgiven for thinking that you had stepped back in time. Some people liken it to the hidden coves in Cornwall, whilst others think of the palm fringed bays of the Mediterranean, but this is Steephill Cove on the sunny south side of the Isle of Wight.|
Arguably the prettiest place on the Island, situated just south of the Victorian seaside town of Ventnor, Steephill Cove is a traditional, unspoilt fishing cove with a safe, sandy beach, nestled between rocky cliffs and smugglers' coves.
Access to the cove is made via a short walk from Ventnor Esplanade and Beach along the coast path or a steeper descent down Love Lane or by walking from the back of the Ventnor Botanic Gardens but definitely worth the walk