One of the things the Island is famed for is its amazing local produce.
From garlic and tomatoes to chillies and cheese, the Island produces some of the highest quality ingredients in the country.
But don’t just take our word for it - make your way to one of our Farmers’ Markets where you can peruse the stalls, chat to the farmers and try some of the yummy produce for yourself.
There’s nothing like tasting delicious speciality products local to the place you’re visiting.
Why not pick up a few things and make your own Isle of Wight food hamper to give to a fellow foodie?
As well as being able to buy your weekly grocery shop at the markets, you can also choose from a wide range of other local products, including gift cards, photographical prints, plants and wood, ceramic and leather crafts.
Some markets take place on a regular basis, whereas others pop up at specific events such as Cowes Food Festival.
In addition to being home to some wonderful markets, the Isle of Wight also hosts antiques and collectable fares and most Island towns hold weekly car boot sales.