The Longstone consists of two pieces of local greensand sandstone. The larger stands at 3.9 metres (13 ft) and the smaller lies at its foot. They are on the edge of a wood in small fenced enclosure just off Strawberry Lane, near Mottistone. The name Mottistone (the Speaker’s or pleader’s stone) almost certainly derives from the Longstone. The stones and the surrounding land are in the care of the National Trust and are open to the public.
Wootton Creek is a tidal estuary that flows into the Solent on the north coast of the Isle of Wight. The estuary has also been known in the past as "Fishbourne Creek", "Wootton River" and "Wootton Haven".
At the mouth of the estuary is the Wightlink car ferry terminal for connections to Portsmouth. On the west bank of the creek is the village of Wootton, whilst on the east bank is the village of Fishbourne. The estuary is bridged by the main Ryde to Newport road, where there once was a tide mill. The estuary is not navigable south of the bridge, and tide controls means that water is retained south of the bridge most of the time, in the old mill pond.
Heading towards Binnel Bay
This is the bay east of Binnel Bay with snt catherines light house in the backgtound.
St. Helens Duver
St. Helens Duver is east of Bembridge,it has a nice sea wall with ample parking.
looking over the Solent towards the forts.
Steephill Cove, Ventnor
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.
Firestone Copse Wooton
Firestone Copse is an attractive area of forest, notable for its wide-ranging tree species