Tours to Isle of Wight
The Isle of Wight is full of new discoverable things. Family attractions, adventures and iconic festivals are very popular. Or the places to explore untouched coves, downlands and wetlands.
The island has a rich history and heritage that spans the ages and is attractive to everybody. Just 3 miles from the South Coast, you are a memorable journey away by ferry. The visit to the Isle of Wight is always a good time. World- class events take place all year round. Island ‘s festivals celebrate all from jazz to garlic–plus the world’s largest sailing race and the iconic Isle of Wight Festival.
During your holiday you’ll definitely want to visit back again and again with a variety of things to do on the Isle of Wight. Some of the great attractions, activities and places to visit will definitely not fit everything into a single visit. Attractions and places to visit are in abundance and suitable for everyone on the island. Taste the history and culture of the Isle of Wight by visiting one of the historical museums and galleries. The Needle Rocks and Lighthouse, the landmark near which the Needles Landmark is full of entertainment for the entire family, is possibly the most recognizable landmark of the island. Tapnell Farm Park near Yarmouth is wild. Meet the resident animals, enjoy the playground barn in the farms and get closer to nature. Those are just simple examples of what the whole island can offer you. Alternatively, keep the children entertained by taking a ride on a fantastical steam railway in a park such as Robin Hill Country Parc or visiting a magical animal attraction such as Wight Zoo Island for example.
Things to do in Isle of Wight
Without visiting some of the famous beaches, a visit to the Isle of Wight would not be complete. The most prizewinning beaches on the island are currently in England, all of which are managed to meet the highest standards and are inspected daily.
There are plenty of shopping opportunities on Wight Island for retailers. The artistic heritage of the island means there are many arts and crafts, from crafted jewels to wooden and sculptured glass. A range of fabulous local products, restaurants, farms and weekly Farmers’ Market catering to all your needs are also available.
The Isle of Wight has it all if you like outdoor activities. This island is the perfect spot for those who love outdoor activities thanks to the amazing shoreline and warm climate. Walking, cycling and horse rides, more than 500 miles on foot and on established walkways and 165 miles of bridleways wait to be discovered, are available to those of all abilities. The Isle of Wight was recently awarded one of the “Top 10 Readdressing Destinations in the World” by the travellers.
Enjoy a nature walk, where you will find a vast array of local wildlife, including red squirrels and certain unique butterfly species, as well as a great variety of birds that take advantage of the numerous habitats on Wight Island. And let’s not forget that Wight Island is among Europe’s richest heritage sites for dinosaurs, and a number of walks and hunts can be found to explore it!
The Isle of Wight is tempting in every way. Just do whatever you want to do, there’s always something mutual for everyone they can enjoy in England’s Down Under. Let’s take you where you don’t want to come back!