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A small town on the eastern tip of the Island, which boasts a large and picturesque harbour.

Many centuries ago, it was a separate island, 'the isle of Bimbridge', accessible only by a rocky causeway at low tide. Unfortunately, modern developments have neither improved the town nor the harbour. Bembridge windmill is the last surviving example on the Island, and is open to the public.