Souther Vectis run a host of great bus services on the Island visiting every main town and loads of the stunning little villages. For those wanting to leave the car at home and explore the Island the bus service is a great option especially with it’s 24hrs and 48hrs rover ticket services offering unlimited travel for 1 great price.
Below are some great leaflets you can download showing some of the top routes, villages and attractions you can explore by bus during your Isle of Wight Holiday.
Beauty by Bus
The Island is a beautiful place with a rich tapestry of different landscapes from rolling downs to sweeping bays,
trickling streams to towering cliffs. About half is ofofficially designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. We think much of the rest of the Island is almost as outstanding! Here we’ve picked out just a handful of the many easily accessible places you can feast your eyes on the Island’s beauty. You can reach all of them by bus, which we think is a great way to see the Island.
Birds by Bus
Whether you’re an avid birder or a novice wanting to see what you can spot, the Isle of Wight is one of the best places in the country to spend some time bird watching. This leaflet helps you find some of our favourite bird watching locations that are easy to get to by bus, though there are many more to discover.
Beasts by Bus
The Island has a wealth of wildlife attractions, from nature reserves where you can see some of our exciting native wildlife to collections of exotic animals from around the world. You’ll also find sanctuaries for animals that have had a more dicult life. Read on to discover some of the best places for animal antics which are easily accessible by bus.
Beaches by Bus
We are blessed with some of the finest beaches in the country – from sand to shingle, seaside town to rural retreat. Many are really easy to get to by bus, so you’ll be spoiled for choice. We’ve only included beaches that have a public toilet close by and are reasonably close to the bus stop.