In the towns you’ll find a great range of shops including local boutique stores and familiar high street brands. If you’re indulging in some serious retail therapy, stop off in one the coffee shops or cafes and refuel with some delicious coffee and homemade cake.
Potter through the villages and discover the picture postcard side of the Island. Why not hire a bike and pedal down the country lanes where you’re surrounded by greenery and the quintessentially English thatched cottages.
Be sure to stop off at one of the designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Why not take a picnic and make a day of relaxing and exploring the beautiful Isle of Wight countryside at your own pace.
There are some great places to visit on the Isle of Wight, each with their very own unique character and heritage. Look out for some of the famous historic monuments such as St Catherine’s Oratory, Tennyson’s Monument and the Mottistone Longstone, all set on stunning rolling hills.
The great thing is, the Isle of Wight has lots of excellent accommodation to offer such as luxury and budget hotels, holiday cottages, B&B's, holiday/caravan parks and campsites, many located within proximity to the towns and villages above and the Isle of Wight Ferry and hovercraft ports.