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Activities around the Isle of Wight

Activities

The Isle of Wight is a great place to discover and explore.

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Cycling in the Isle of Wight

Cycling

Cycling is a very popular activity on the island with the amazing Tennyson Trail within sight of Rowborough Stone Barn, being just one of the many cycle routes to ride.

Walking in the Isle of Wight

Walking

The Isle of Wight is a walkers paradise, filled with over 500 miles of footpaths across contrasting landscapes and beaches, making it the ideal place for a walking holiday or break.

Eating Out on the Island

Eating Out on the Island

The island has many varied eating experiences, from fine dining to pubs with spectacular views, beach cafes and quaint tea rooms.

Sailing

Sailing

The Isle of Wight if famed for its sailing activities, with events and courses running throughout the year. The ‘round the island’ race is in June and the world famous Cowes week every August. There are boat trips around some of the islands coastline.

Shooting

Shooting

The Bowcombe valley is well known for its game shooting, with Partridge and Pheasant being the predominant quarry. Clay pigeon shooting is also available in this area.

Beaches

Beaches

The beaches of West Wight include:

Brook Beach - An unspoilt beach adjacent to Compton Bay, with rugged coastline and stunning views. A must for fossil hunters.

Colewell Bay - A small sandy beach with spectacular views across the Solent to the mainland.

Alum Bay Beach - One of the most picturesque beaches on the island, known for its colourful sands and famed for its chalk stacks known as the Needles.

Freshwater Bay - Surrounded by tall white cliffs is popular for surfing and water sports.

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