The Big IoW Adventure
We followed a group of friends around the Island on their 'Big Isle of Wight Adventure'. An action packed 3 days of adrenalin pumping activities, dining and quirky accommodation.
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Renowned as the home of yachting in the UK, the Solent boasts ideal cruising waters and many beautiful anchorages in Mediterranean like bays. Charter a skippered yacht and spend the day out on the water.
Contact Lymington Yacht Charters
Kayaking & SUP
Being an Island there are many fabulous water based activities you can enjoy from kayaking and stand up paddle boarding (SUP) to windsurfing and kitesurfing. Book yourself a lesson or hire some kit and get out on the water and play.
Contact Tackt-Isle Adventures
From cliff tops to beaches there are many yoga sessions available across the Island. Or book yourself a one on one session for some serious R&R.
Not only does the Isle of Wight boast more miles of footpaths and cycleways than roads – it also has its very own mountain bike centre with specially constructed trails. Hire a bike and have it delivered to the centre and then spend a few hours exploring.
With some incredible beaches the Island is great for surfing whatever your ability. Book a surfing session and learn how to rule the waves.
For some real relaxation an afternoon visiting a spa and enjoying a gentle massage and a spot of pampering is well deserved.
Contact The Island Wellness Spa at The West Bay Country Club
If there is one way to see the Island in style and get a birds eye view – it’s paragliding. There are many locations across the Island that you can enjoy sign a tandem glide safely floating above the countryside and beaches below.
Contact High Adventure
For a taste of the Mediterranean and views across Totland Bay to match, The Waterfront offers relaxed dining with a fabulous menu including lots of locally caught seafood.
Eat in style in this historic hotel located right on the waters edge in Yarmouth. The garden overlooks the Solent and is the perfect spot to enjoy a sundowner and some truly delicious food.
Need a proper barista coffee with something yummy to eat on the side? Then a visit to PO41 is Yarmouth is a must. With handmade cakes and pastries and a fabulous choice of speciality teas and coffee it’s the perfect pit stop at any time of day.
For far reaching views out across the centre of Island this is the pub to visit, with a fantastic menu offering great food – lots of which is locally sourced and all hand made.
The Sun Inn has probably one of the best sea views on the Island and is the perfect spot to enjoy a pint of local ale in the garden and just take in the vista across Brook and out towards the white cliffs of Tennyson Down.
Nomad is by far the most exciting place to eat on the Island, offering neuvo latino and Asian street food and classic British dishes. Serving their ‘Shut Up and Feed Me’ menu you’ll be brought whatever delicious delights the chef has created that day – think big flavours and super fresh ingredients. This is seriously sexy food.
To explore the Island in style and be able to stay wherever takes your fancy, Isle of Wight Campervan Holidays offer the perfect solution. All their brightly coloured VW Campers are beautifully restored and are all named too which we just love.
This family run award winning campsite is located in one of the most beautiful rural locations on the South West of the Wight. Park up, pitch your tent, take in the views and wander down to the nearby beach at Compton and enjoy endless sand and the Jurassic coastline. Heaven.
Taking glamping to a whole new level Tom’s Eco Lodges offer an array of accommodation options from Safari Tents and Eco Pods to Modulogs and Cabins. The facilities are fantastic with pizza oven, BBQ’s, and some even come with their own wood burning hot tubs. You can also have a real fire – perfect for cooking your marshmallows.