Studland Bay is a long beach of fine sand backed by low dunes. Behind the shore at the southern end is Studland village. The sections of the bay here are named South Beach, Middle Beach and Knoll Beach - each with National Trust P&D car parks and cafes. Towards the northern end is a designated naturist section. Parking at this end can be found for about a mile on both sides of the road to the Sandbanks ferry - but make sure you park outside of the yellow lines. Beach access is thence a walk of about ½ mile across a nature reserve. The sea is fairly shallow and warms quickly on hot days, and swimming is generally safe. Dogs are allowd at all times.
◆ South Beach ◆ Middle Beach ◆ Knoll Beach ◆
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