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standard-title Isle of Wight Photo Carousel Our Isle of Wight Gallery Page will hopefully encourage you to come and see us soon on the Island, offering an insight into our towns, countryside and stunning views. There is so much for you discover on the Isle of Wight and LOADS for you to see and do no matter how long your stay.

Isle of Wight Photo Carousel

Our Isle of Wight Gallery Page will hopefully encourage you to come and see us soon on the Island, offering an insight into our towns, countryside and stunning views. There is so much for you discover on the Isle of Wight and LOADS for you to see and do no matter how long your stay.

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Bembridge on the eastern most tip of the Isle of Wight has a stunning coastline.  It is a lovely village with a good range of shops.

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Shanklin is the sister resort of Sandown and looks out across Sandown Bay and the English Channel. Don’t miss the Old Village.

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Sandown, like Shanklin has miles of golden Sandy beaches as well as the Isle of Wight Zoo, Dinosaur Isle and Browns Gold Course.

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Wildlife on the Island is extremely diverse and the large areas of National Trust coastline and downlands attracts a lot for you to see.

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Seaview sits on the north eastern coast of the Island between Ryde and Bembridge and is popular with the sailing fraternity. 

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Ryde and Appley beaches are STUNNING.  They look out across the Solent to the Mainland beyond.  The town has an excellent shopping centre as well.

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The West Wight as it is know is both beautiful and dramatic, with towering white cliffs and pretty towns and bays and stunning views

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Cowes is the sailing capital of the World and Cowes Week Regatta in the first week of August is a must.

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The Downs on the Island form a central spine of white chalk and grassland that runs from east to west.  Much of it is protected by The National Trust.

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Quarr Abbey is a beautiful red brick Abbey that is located between Ryde and Newport.  The grounds are beautiful and there is a shop and tea rooms.

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Ventnor is the largest town closest to the southern most tip of the Island and it has been successfully regenerated in recent years.

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Carisbrooke Castle can be found in the village of Carisbrooke, next to the Island’s County Town of Newport.

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The Needles are a a natural feature of the Isle of Wight and are the western most tip of the Island, formed by erosion by the sea and weather.

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