The Edwardian seaside town of Seaview on the East coast of the Isle of Wight has a loyal following and visitors to the town are renound for returning year after year to enjoy the beach, the attractive town and the company of friends and aquaintances made in the town. All this gives Seaview a friendly atmosphere which is often compared to some Cornish seaside towns.
There are beaches extending in both direction from the town and during the summer months these are popular with visitors and locals alike. If you are looking for some seclusion then Seaview offers this too. A short walk south and around the headland is a quiet sandy beach which even in the most popular summer months has only a scattering of bathers.
There is an excellent restaurant in Seaview at the Seaview Hotel as well as the Boat House located on the Esplanade. Alternatively there are a range of small cafes, shops and a public house.
It is little known but Seaview is a pleasant seaside walk away from Ryde so visitors to Ryde may wish to make the journey over to enjoy the walk and enjoy what Seaview has to offer.