The busy resort of Totland,
with its lovely beaches, is the most westerly
village on the north coast of the Isle of Wight.
On its outskirts is Headen Warren, which offers stunning views of The Solent, Alum Bay and the Needles.
Not far from here is Alum Bay whose remarkable cliffs vary in hue from yellow and brown through to green, white and many other shades, all created by the action of waves on minerals in the rocks.
The beach is reached via more than 200 steps.
It was here that the world’s first wireless station was established in 1897.