Milford on Sea

The seaside village of Milford on Sea is a hive of activity with a variety of quaint shops, pubs and fine restaurants, set in the middle of which is the lovely village green. During the summer months, this is the location for the Milford Music & Arts Festival, the Food Festival and many more such events. With the beach and cliff top being just a short walk from the main village centre and with the Danestream river running through the village providing woodland walks, locals can enjoy the best of both of forest and sea.

To the east of Milford on Sea is Keyhaven, which is home to Keyhaven Yacht Club and the quay, where boats can take you on day trips to the Isle of Wight or ferries can take you to the historic Hurst Castle. The Castle was built by Henry VIII in 1554 and has wonderful views from the end of the shingle spit, which is only three quarters of a mile from the Isle of Wight. Hurst Castle can also be accessed along the seawall from Milford on Sea beach front.

The village is a popular seaside location for all, including families with children wishing to go to the highly regarded Primary School and those looking to move/retire close to the sea. There are also good bus links that run through Milford from Bournemouth via New Milton, Lymington and onto Southampton, with New Milton and Lymington being only a 10 minutes' drive away in either direction.

Perched on the cliff-tops with spectacular sea views, Milford on Sea boasts natural beauty. Although very small, Milford on Sea has a variety of properties that still retain the villages character including blocks of flats developed in the 1960’s and 1970’s along the clifftop, retirement properties, Edwardian homes and marine residences. Much of the land is protected from development by a surrounding green belt of land, ensuring Milford on Sea’s beauty remains untouched.

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