If you want to give your family a holiday to remember, treat them to a well-deserved break on the Isle of Wight.
With so many things to do and see, there’s something to suit every kind of holiday maker from grandchildren to grandparents and aunts and uncles to the family dog!
The Isle of Wight is home to a huge variety of attractions, including the oldest theme park in the country, a miniature village, an Elizabethan castle, a stunning and iconic rock formation and brilliant beaches to name just a few!
As well as being home to a range of exciting attractions, the Isle of Wight’s natural landscape is a major attraction in itself. From the stunning sandy shores to magical woodland, the Island is the perfect outdoor playground.
If you’re looking to go on a traditional beach holiday, the Island is the ideal destination as you’re never more than a few miles away from the sea. From vast sandy beaches perfect for sandcastle-building to quaint pebbly coves, the Island boasts a wide range of seaside locations that have been named as some of the best in the country.
Family adventure holidays make for exciting experiences, and on the Isle of Wight you have a whole Island to explore!
We have everything from pirates’ coves and smugglers’ hideaways, to Electric Woods and a Royal seaside palace – you can even travel back in time to walk amongst the dinosaurs or discover a former Roman settlement.
Climb trees, kayak round the famous Needles rocks and lighthouse, ride across the Island along former rail line cycle trails.
Discover rare breeds and wildlife at animal attractions and out in the countryside, take a trip on the Isle of Wight Steam Railway or an open top “breezer bus”, or keep with tradition and build a mighty sand castle on one of our award winning beaches.
Activity and adventure awaits you at every turn!
If you’d like to leave the car at home and get out and about and explore the Island, why not hire bikes and see more of the beautiful landscape that surrounds you. It’s a great way to get active and see the parts of the Island that aren’t accessible by car. If you’d like a little help with pedal power, hire a group of Electric Bikes from our Visitor Information Centre – a great first stop for your Isle of Wight visit.
Fancy travelling by bus? Family tickets are available for the bus services that run around the Island, so try something different and hop on an open top bus to view the stunning scenery from above.
To make the most of your family adventure break you’ll want to find the perfect place to stay, with high quality accommodation, extensive facilities and in an ideal Isle of Wight location.
For all this and more look no further than our amazing range of independent holiday parks, offering great value deals for a whole range of family holidays, adventure holidays, short breaks and weekend stays.
Because these parks are independent you can expect a warm welcome and personal approach to providing you with a great holiday.
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Tapnell Farm is the newest family attraction on the Isle of Wight, located near to Yarmouth in West Wight, and offers visitors a fantastic range of options to Eat, Shop, Play and Stay!
Totland Bay is a picturesque sandy beach, ideal for swimming, with clear turquoise waters and far reaching views to the mainland.
Step into Queen Victoria’s favourite country home and experience a world unchanged since the country's longest reigning monarch died here just over 100 years ago.
Quarr Abbey is a working Benedictine monastery and is set in beautiful and peaceful surroundings and can be found just outside of Ryde.
Bembridge Lane End beach is a pebble and stone beach toward the sea wall, but is also sandy underfoot making it good for paddling or bathing.
Our Sandown Beach base is located right outside the Isle of Wight Zoo just a few minutes walk from Sandown Town Centre. We have surf board hire, paddle board hire and you can also hire kayaks, both single and double. We run our popular family kayak...
Nestled in the heart of the Gurnard countryside close to the sailing capital of Cowes is Cowes Club leisure club.
Near Calbourne, YARMOUTH
Visit our working studio at Chessell Pottery Barns where you can have a go at painting your own hand made English pottery.
Visit Carisbrooke Castle and enjoy over 800 years of history!
Seagrove Bay sits between Seaview beach and Priory Bay on the north east coast and boasts some of the largest and most imposing seaside properties on the Isle of Wight.
This beautiful Model Village is set in nearly two acres of gorgeous landscaped gardens, a real retro find. A quintessentially English visitor attraction! Something for the gardeners and dreamers amongst us.
A spectacularly sited, cliff top fort overlooking The Needles Rocks, in the care of the National Trust.
Brook Beach can be found on the unspoiled south west coast of the Isle of Wight, and is a beach made up of golden sands adjacent to the popular Compton Bay.
Lake Beach is located between the popular resort beaches of Sandown and Shanklin, and shares the same gently sloping golden sands and clear swimming waters.
This ancient building is the only remaining evidence of the former importance of Newtown.
East Cowes Beach is a quiet shingle and sand beach with fantastic views across West Cowes and its marina, and also out across the Solent.
The main beach in Bembridge runs down the coast from the spit at the edge of Bembridge harbour. The beach is comprised of stones, pebbles and shells but has sand below the high water mark and a large sandbank that extends into the Solent at low tide.
The beaches at Ryde lie on the north east coast of the Isle of Wight and offer miles and miles of sandy shores.
Set in Over 40 acres of spectacular cliff-top gardens - you will find a magical mix of fantasy, legend and heritage!
Freshwater Bay is one of the most picturesque beaches in West Wight and lies just to the South of the town of Freshwater.