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The middle of the beach in the town centre
 
Lee on the Solent
Postcode PO13 9LL
The town centre has shops and cafes. There is a long promenade and a shingle beach. The hovercraft museum is towards the western end.
The promenade at Lee-on-the-Solent is about 1.4mi / 2.25km in length.
Buses First
Cafes Yes
Ferries ---
Local Hovercraft Museum
Shops Yes
Toilets Yes
Trains Fareham (4.50mi / 7.24km)
  Portsmouth Harbour (5mi / 8.05km plus ferry from Gosport)
Where next?
Meon Shore    
Stokes Bay    
Stubbington    
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Seafront   Pier Street - to the shops   Seafront   Marine Parade    
Where next? Click a location to go there. Distances are estimated.
Meon Shore 2.55mi / 4.10km - westwards from Lee, the promenade continues to Hill Head. Here you may need to take to the road at high tide. The next landmark is the mouth of the river Meon with its small harbour and Titchfield Nature Reserve. Meon Shore is just beyond the harbour, across the bridge over the river Meon.
Stokes Bay 2.05mi / 3.30km - eastwards from Lee, the promenade ends at a fence with a gate. The shore beyond this point is part of the Browndown military training area and is occasionally closed to the public. If open, you can continue along the shore to Stokes Bay.
 
Stokes Bay 2.20mi / 3.54km - follow the promenade or the road eastwards. Continue on the road (Privett Road B3333) round the edge of the Browndown training area and turn right. At the end of Browndown Road, turn right again for Stokes Bay.
Stubbington 1.80mi / 2.90km - westwards from Lee, follow the main road as it bears right. Stubbington Lane takes you directly to Stubbington village centre (Stubbington Green).
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