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Things To See And Do On The Isle Of Wight

Things To See And Do On The Isle Of Wight

Situated just off the south coast of England and less than 2 hours away from London, the Isle of Wight is a great destination to visit any time of the year. With a range of attractions and landmarks to explore including some of the best beaches in the UK there is something for the whole family.

Holiday cottage specialists Blue Chip Holidays show us some of the top things to see and do on this spectacular island.Things To See And Do On The Isle Of Wight

Shanklin seafront

Shanklin is one of the Isle of Wight’s more traditional seaside resorts, retaining much of its original charm along with some more modern amenities. Shanklin’s sandy beach makes it perfect for a spot of swimming and there are a range of beach huts and deckchairs to hire for those who want to take their time with the spectacular views.

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Shanklin promenade is bustling with amusements filled with traditional seaside games, arcade games and bowling, while several cafés and kiosks serve everything from fish and chips to ice cream. New to the Shanklin seafront is the Pirates Cove, a mini theme park that will keep the whole family entertained for hours.

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Things To See And Do On The Isle Of Wight

Adventure Activities Isle of Wight

With sites all across the island, Adventure Activities Isle of Wight offers something for everyone. Whether you want to experience the open sea in a kayak, surf the waves at Compton Bay or try your skills at archery or climbing Adventure Activities has it all.

Things To See And Do On The Isle Of Wight

Based at Afton Park in Freshwater, the Adventure Activities Booking Centre and Activity base is open 7 days a week where intrepid adventurers can choose from nearly 30 outdoor activities across the whole island.

The company organises and runs activities for any size of group from families to school groups and even stag and hen parties, and is committed to showing its customers what the Isle of Wight has to offer.

Blackgang Chine

Blackgang Chine is the UK’s oldest amusement park, with lots to see and do featuring life-sized Pirate Ships, Fairy Villages, Dinosaur Valleys, and a Cowboy Town. Filled with an array of attractions, themed worlds and exciting rides, there is something for the whole family.

Whether you want to be a pirate on-board your own ship, be a sheriff of your own cowboy town or come face to face with life sized moving dinosaurs this theme park has it all. When you need to take the weight off you can also sample one of the many restaurants and cafes situated onsite, offering a range of snacks from burgers and hotdogs to ice cream and doughnuts.

 Isle of Wight Steam Railway

A visit to the Isle of Wight Steam Railway will allure, stimulate and fascinate you and will leave memories to last a lifetime.

Step back to a bygone era when steam was the order of the day.  See an extensive collection of powerful majestic steam engines and rejoice in the charm of quiet rural stations with traditionally uniformed staff. Tourists and visitors can enjoy the Railway offers of a unique and exciting day out in one of Britain’s Heritage Railways.

Things To See And Do On The Isle Of Wight

With such a wide variety of things to do on the Isle of Wight during your holiday, you won’t be able to fit everything into a single visit. Surely you’ll want to come back again and again to enjoy everything that the island has to offer.

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Things To See And Do On The Isle Of Wight

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  • Reply
    Gearoid McSweeney
    March 6, 2019 at 1:45 AM

    Looks like a pleasant place to pass some time. If I’m ever in that part of the world…

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    Mike Clegg from TravelAndDestinations
    January 14, 2018 at 1:11 AM

    Cool read. I’m from England but haven’t made it over to the Isle of Wight yet. Good to read about what it’s like and things to do. Thanks for the inspiration!

  • Reply
    September 25, 2017 at 10:15 PM

    I’ve actually been to the isle of wight! I loved the whimsical name! I did have kind of a ghostly experience there with a very old house! Other than that it was as beautiful as you’ve shown!

  • Reply
    August 5, 2017 at 7:42 AM

    Wonderful photos and really enjoyed the informative article!

  • Reply
    August 3, 2017 at 3:33 PM

    Beautiful pictures and impressive description.
    Seems like a happy place to visit. Loved reading it.

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