Shopping on the Isle of Wight is second to none, whether you’re after a unique and stylish gift, or the freshest and most delicious locally produced food - Isle of Wight shops offer great variety and choice.
For visitors to the Isle of Wight shopping makes a great all weather activity.
There are bustling streets full of friendly, independent boutiques and specialist shops; so finding that distinctive something to take home is easy.
Why not visit Isle of Wight Pearl for an extra special gift created on the Island?
Is retro is your thing?
Why not make a day of visiting our numerous vintage, antique shops and collectable stores – there are also regular car boot sales across the Island, you never know what special souvenir you might unearth!
Coupled with the range of goods available from our local artists and craftspeople, you’re bound to find something to delight.
If you’re after a foodie treat, look no further than one of our regular farmers markets or take a trip to some of our villages – from high streets filled with traditional merchants including butchers, fishmongers, greengrocers and bakers to specialist shops stocking the best of Isle of Wight produce, it’s fast and easy to pick up everything you need for a delicious locally sourced meal or snack.
You can even order your food before you arrive!
The Isle of Wight is well known for some of its home grown produce – why not take a trip out to taste and buy what we grow.
We also have plenty of large national stores selling everything from groceries to electrical items; they’re the perfect complement to our local shops.
You’ll find shopping on the Isle of Wight is a bit like the Island itself; distinctive, unique and very special!
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Jurassic Jim fossil shop stocks a wide range of fossils, minerals and gems with a large selection of artefacts, curios, ethnic art and gemstone jewellery priced from just .50p for new collectors with rarer pieces for experienced collectors.
The Village Shop at Brighstone lies at the very heart of the beautiful, bustling village and its community. The Hollis family have carefully managed the Village Shop since 1976, providing good customer service and a wide variety of groceries to...
The farm shop offers a variety of local Island products along with Quarr Abbey’s own unique range of goodies.
The Griffin family have owned the site in Briddlesford for a number of years and now Louise, great grandaughter of Charles Griffin manages Briddlesford Lodge farm shop whilst Chris Griffin manages Bluebells Cafe on the site. The family are renowned...
We are a Daily Deals Web site offering special discounts on all things IOW - including Hotels, Spa, Food, Entertainment, Attractions, and so much more.
Island Brewery produces a growing range of beers - each brewed on the Isle of Wight.
High quality has been the watchword from the outset. Our Head Brewer ensures our beers represent some of the finest available anywhere.
The Isle of Wight boasts many exciting, unique and exclusive places to shop and our showroom presents a wonderful collection of precious pieces for you to mark your time on the Isle of Wight.
Situated on the stunning south west coast of the...
The world famous Alum Bay Glass shop is a unique and exclusive outlet which sells hand-made British glass items directly from The Needles Landmark Attraction. Part magic and part science, the making of fine quality glassware has held a fascination...
Eddington House Nursery. To view the plant list please visit - www.eddingtonhousenursery.co.uk Open All Year - Please call to check opening times before arriving.
Craft and Gift Fayres at the Wilberforce Hall in Brighstone. The fayres take place from Easter to the end of October 2014.
Represent businesses and shops in the East Cowes area.