Image Credit VisitIsleOfWight.com Newtown Creek is one of the all time special havens
Newtown Creek is one of the all time special havens in the Solent. Nestled into the north coast of the Isle of Wight, this historic site was once a busy working harbour serving the Island. Today it remains pretty much unspoilt with the tiny village of Newtown in the middle of this peaceful anchorage.
You can drop anchor or pick up a visitors mooring buoy and pay a small fee to the National Trust who look after the Harbour.
There’s plenty of lovely walks ashore, along the coastal path towards Yarmouth or southwards along the river to the New Inn pub at Shalfleet.
Please state on the booking form you wish to join the Newton Creek Solent Discovery Trip.
(Monday) 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
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