St Helens Beach can be accessed either by foot or car. Public transport is available to the Village Green leaving the visitor with a 15 to 20 minute walk. St Helens is a haven for peace and tranquility. The beach is excellent for swimming with sand dunes at the rear of the promenade. Birds and wildlife abound in the area and the view of Bembridge Harbour is breathtaking. During the summer season St Helens beach is litter picked on a daily basis and large amounts of seaweed are removed and taken to local farmers for use as compost. Safety is of the utmost importance and emergency equipment such as Lifebelts are strategically located along the Esplanade in order to ensure safety at any time of the year. St Helens is well served by a local Cafe.

St Helens BeachSince 1997 St Helens has not only been able to fly the Seaside Award Flag but has also been successful in displaying its Water Quality Award.

Like anywhere, St Helens has its natural hazards, so be sure to take notice of the safety signs and also read the safety guidelines and have a good time. Information is provided at each area so check this out.

For further information on this resort please phone 01983 823893. Someone is always available from Monday to Friday to help you with your enquiries.

Should you need to report a problem such as broken glass or damage to premises, the Isle of Wight Council provides an emergency service for these type of problems. The number to call out of hours is 01983 821105.