In this section you will find a range of Isle of Wight Maps and Guides to help you plan your holiday or trip, plus lots of useful info to find your way around when you arrive!
Click here for a downloadable Map of the Isle of Wight
Isle of Wight Guide 2016 - this helpful guide is packed full of great holiday ideas and tips for visiting the Island, along with comprehensive listings of Places to Stay on the Island.
You can also order a copy of the Isle of Wight guide to be delivered to your door here.
There are plenty of ways to get around the Island car free! Take a look at the leaflets below for some of best things to do on the Island without the need for a car, compiled by our brilliant Travel Ambassadors. See our Visitor Information Centre page for more information about this knowledgeable team and the work they do!
Towering Tennyson - A walk round the most western tip of the Island, following in the footsteps of Poet Laureate Lord Alfred Tennyson to the spectacular chalk stacks of The Needles.
Solent Coast - one of the exellent "Rambles by Bus" series of walks which runs from Ningwood to the pretty town of Yarmouth.
Around Rookley - leave the car behind and grab the bus to set off on an inland walk round the beautiful countryside surrounding the village of Rookley.
Godshill and Appuldurcombe - a great circular route running through the village of Godshill round to the historic grounds of Appuldurcombe, the grandest house on the Isle of Wight which stands as a partial ruin.
Curious Carisbrooke - starting in the Island's main town of Newport this circular route weaves round to the magnificent castle at Carisbrooke, where Charles I was famously imprisoned before his execution in 1648.
Waterside Whippingham - starting at "Queen Victoria's Church", St Mildred's in Whippingham, this walk leads along the banks of the River Medina, past the ruins of the Ryde Queen paddle steamer before reaching Newport.
Barnsley Trail - a fairly level circular walk through the villages of Seaview and Nettlestone, taking in a great mix of sea and inland views.