If you choose to take a break at one of our holiday parks in the Isle of Wight you can be guaranteed to enjoy this beautiful island’s
Just getting across to the island is a pleasant adventure in itself. The numerous ferry terminals on the
Many people disembark at the
With picturesque views of the countryside and coast, walking along the many miles of footpaths that crisscross the island is a very popular activity. From challenging coastal routes to beautiful short walks, the island is perfect for walking holidays.
Unsurprisingly water sports play a big roll in the activities to take part in around the island. If you stay at one of our Isle of Wight holiday parks be sure to pack your swimmers as there is everything from surfing to kayaking on offer here. Stand-up paddleboarding is becoming an increasingly popular way to explore some of the Isle of Wight’s surrounding waters - you can even paddle your way around the famous “Needles” rocks and Lighthouse. If you go on a guided kayak trip you will be able to explore the most remote coves and hidden areas with ease.
For a more relaxed day out a visit to Queen Victoria's former holiday