Selfie Hotspots

We’ve put together our favourite selfie spots in and around Milford on Sea that will get your family and friends green with envy and create the perfect holiday memories for you.

And don’t forget to include #mymilfordonsea so we can share your photos too!

Hurst Castle

Climb the stairs of this Tudor castle keep built by Henry VIII for one of the best views in England. Overlooking the Isle of Wight and The Needles this view might give you a windswept look but totally worth it!

Hordle Cliff

Give yourself a backdrop of colourful wooden beach huts that will make your selfie pop at this end of Milford on Sea beach on Cliff Road.

Milford on Sea Village Green

This village is known for its traditional village green surrounded by independent eateries and shops. Grab yourself a takeaway fish and chips from Mister Pinks and a drink from Milford’s favourite bar, The Cave and post a foodie photo that will get your friends and family wishing they were there too!

Keyhaven Harbour

If you’re looking for a scenic fishing/sailing location then head down to Keyhaven, just a mile from the village of Milford on Sea. A peaceful location with sailing boats cruising by or you could be lucky and catch a glimpse of what the local fishermen have caught that day.

Don’t forget to stop at The Gun Inn for that pint selfie in the sun (hopefully!).

Lymington and Keyhaven Marshes Nature Reserve

You can walk or cycle all the way from Keyhaven Harbour along the coastal footpath to Lymington, with spectacular views across the saltmarshes and mudflats, where there is a wealth of summer birds, including Little, Common and Sandwich Terns who all breed in the area.

During late autumn and throughout the winter, you are likely to see hundreds of Brent Geese, Dunlin, Black-tailed Godwit, Shelduck, three species of plover; Grey, Ringed and Golden on the salty mudflats, which is also rich in coastal and marine plants like Yellow-horned poppy, Sea Campion, Sea Aster and Golden Samphire, which is usually found along the high tide water marks on the seaward side of the sea walls.

You might even see Long-tailed Duck, Eider and Red-breasted Mergansers out on the water as you overlook the area towards Hurst Castle and the Isle of Wight.