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Welcome to Milford on Sea, Hampshire

Visitor's Guide to Milford


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About Milford on Sea


Sitting happily on the edge of The New Forest  near Lymington, Milford on Sea is one of the last remaining seaside villages in Hampshire. Perched on the cliff-tops with stunning views over Christchurch Bay, with the Isle of Wight and its famous Needles rocks in one direction and Bournemouth, Poole, and the Perbeck hills in the other, Milford is a natural beauty spot enjoyed by many.

Despite being a small village, Milford on Sea has a surprisingly wide range of fantastic shops, pubs & restaurants and things to do in all weathers and there are tons of places to stay, from top notch hotels and B&B's to camping and caravan sites and everything in between.

Visitors and residents alike love to wander through the village, down to the seaside and walk along the cliff-top path, down Hurst Spit to Hurst Castle or along towards Barton on Sea, followed by a coffee or something to eat in one of the many cosy cafes or pubs, either on the cliffs or in the village.

View to Milford on Sea beach

Visiting Milford on Sea

Whether you're looking for a quiet seaside escape from the hustle and bustle of the city or you just fancy a day out in the fresh air, Milford is the place to be.

Milford on Sea village is lucky to have some fantastic little boutique shops and cafes which must be visited! There are also the cliff-tops with their long, winding paths or the beach itself (shingle) to enjoy a refreshing (sometimes bracing) stroll or challenging walk if you choose.

As the weather starts to improve and the days start to very tentatively get slightly longer, the outdoors really starts to come alive with beautiful views and brisk sea air.