Isle of Wight caravan holiday parks
The Isle of Wight is England's holiday island, with beaches, attractions and activities that make it a popular destination at any time of year.
A ferry adventure
Set off the south coast of England and accessible in less than 60 minutes by ferry from Southampton, Portsmouth and Lymington, the Isle of Wight adds fun to your family holiday.
Popular holiday parks
Our caravan holiday parks on the Isle of Wight offer good access to the island's best beaches, attractions and popular sites. The parks have great facilities, including swimming pools, and offer a range of family entertainment with shows and amusements.
Digging for dinosaurs
Also known as 'Dinosaur Island', the Isle of Wight packs a bite as one of the richest areas in Europe for dinosaur discovery. There are many attractions and activities reflecting the link,
including fossil hunts, footprint tours and the Dinosaur Experience at Blackgang Chine.
Today, holidaymakers are tempted by the seaside resorts of Cowes, Sandown and Shanklin. The Isle of Wight is great for bucket and spade breaks, with 17 outstanding Blue Flag sandy and shingle beaches providing a safe swimming setting. Many of the beaches have popular esplanades with cafes, shops and facilities keeping you fully refreshed.
The most iconic image from the island is of the magnificent chalk towers of The Needles, with the most impressive views available from the spectacular chairlift that runs from the top of Alum Bay cliffs.
Isle of Wight is proud of its festivals and events, with the Isle of Wight Festival and Bestival among the UK's most famous music weekends. June is taken over by the incredible Festival of the Sea, when the island brings together more than 70 events that celebrate its coastal setting. Cowes Week in August is one to the country's best known sailing regattas, and the Walking Festival in May, with an Autumn version in October, celebrates 500 miles of footpaths across incredible landscapes and coast.
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