4. Adventure on the Isle of Wight
Size isn’t everything and, while the Isle of Wight isn’t big, it’s densely packed with plenty to see and do.
Of course, nature did a lot of the hard work. There’s nothing more relaxing than unwinding on the sandy beaches around Shanklin, or looking out at The Needles, an iconic chalk formation that’s best seen from the famous chairlift. But all of this natural beauty is complemented by incredible attractions, from Queen Victoria’s beloved Osborne House to the family-friendly Isle of Wight Zoo.
Our tip: Prepare yourself with a map and take on one of the island’s walking trails – a great way to see those hidden gems you might otherwise miss.
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