To make things easy, we've carefully selected a massive choice of Isle of Wight hotels, many with sparkling sea views, charming B&B’s offering unrivalled hospitality and a whole range of cosy Io W self-catering holiday cottages, secluded campsites and family friendly holiday parks.
With no fixed link to the Isle of Wight the most regular mode of transport to and from the Island is by boat or hovercraft.
If you are looking for a traditional seaside family holiday with golden beaches, consider Ryde, Sandown or Shanklin.
The Isle of Wight is the perfect walking destination, with stunning countryside, rolling hills, long sandy beaches and more.
The island was part of Hampshire until 1890, when it became a separate administrative county.
It continued to share the Lord Lieutenant until 1974, when it became a ceremonial county.