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We visited in the summer holidays after being elsewhere in the area and fancied a paddle in the sea. There’s a couple of car parks, toilets and there was an ice cream van too for a sweet treat. It’s a clean beach that’s not really...More
A wonderful location to observe the solent water traffic. It is attractive because it has not been spoiled by unnecessary features. At its best at the end of a hot summers day, but also valued all year round.
Rode over here from Lymington - discovery by chance following signs to Calshot trying to find the sea !
Great views from here and very peaceful - didn’t have my swimming gear with me - otherwise I would have jumped in as it was 30deg...More
We drove for an hour to see the sea after a busy week. My husband had seen a tiny cafe when last kayaking in the area and so we decided to call in for a drink and snack. Most unwelcoming, we asked if they did...More
Response from Brubaker45 | Reviewed this property |
Not sure also about Calshot but almost directly across lies the Hamble River (we live at Warsash - famous for Lord Lovatt and 'his' piper on D-Day -1) there are always crabs - large ones as well on the slipways and the small... More
Not sure also about Calshot but almost directly across lies the Hamble River (we live at Warsash - famous for Lord Lovatt and 'his' piper on D-Day -1) there are always crabs - large ones as well on the slipways and the small beach/mud flats. Here is what the Harbour Master puts out:- "Crabbing on the river is very popular. Best results are achieved two hours either side of high water, from Warsash and Hamble quay walls. If you wish to go crabbing at all states of tide it is recommended that you use the pontoon in the Upper Hamble Country Park. Crabbing equipment is available to buy from the Harbour Masters Office." Inshore of Calshot may have similar results but I can't find a mention.