Mudeford Sandbank by Nick Fewings (England Photo Spot)

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Mudeford Sandbank - Photo by Nick Fewings

Mudeford Sandbank is a sandy peninsula or spit at the entrance to Christchurch harbour. Walking along the beach you get incredible views of the sea on the east side (sunrise) and the harbour on the west side (beautiful sunsets). On most days you can see the Isle of Wight and Needles across the Christchurch Bay. The beach is about 500m long and comprises golden sands backed with dunes and almost 300 colourful beach huts. Unlike other beach huts these ones are residential and can be stayed in overnight from April to October. (Bournemouth, England)

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