Speaking from experience, a couple things you can do.
Plant a row of lilies in front of the pool... they grow like weeds, stand up well to the salt breeze and will trap a lot of the sand in front of the pool.
If you have the water to spare, on really windy mornings hose down the sand in front of the pool
If it's a constant battle in Feb/March, but you don't want to permanently obstruct the view the rest of the year, build a removable wind block: Bury a series of 4" pvc pipes in the ground and cap them just under the level of the sand. Have Kate @ Sew What fashion a wind screen out of Sunbrella with sleeves/pockets say every 12 feet that will hold the appropriate size pvc pipe. On super windy days, uncap the pipes in the ground, unroll and slip in the screen. We have a number of these on our property and they've held up well.
Last, make sure you have a sand, not paper pool filter. Nothing more annoying than having the sand filter rip/tear because you have to rinse it out every 5 minutes while vacuuming 100lbs of sand out of your pool. Well worth the $ for the switch if you don't already have a sand one.