Calshot Beach

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Calshot Beach: Calshot Spit is a shingle bank extending out into the southern end of Southampton Water, backed by marshes that are of great interest for nature conservation. It is of much historical significance as the site of one of Henry VIII's defensive batteries (Calshot Castle) and because of its prominent role in marine warfare during both World Wars. Today, it is used primarily for recreation.


Naturist beach is 800 yards to the right (south west) of the entrance to the beach.

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