CAMPERVAN IN ISLE OF WIGHT
Finding Your Own Adventures ...
Luxury VW Campervan Hire Isle of Wight
Situated just off the south coast of England - Isle of Wight is just over 3 hours from Gloucestershire Campervan Hire via ferry or hovercraft - the Isle of Wight is simple to get to and a wonderful holiday destination all year round.
Pocket sized yet perfect, the Isle of Wight is a hub of activity all year round.
The varied landscape of the Isle of Wight means it’s an excellent place for walking and cycling, and we host the Isle of Wight Walking Festival every year. We’ve recently become a Unesco Biosphere Reserve and if, like us, you believe a visit to the Island should be savoured.
From royal history to world-class festivals, building sandcastles on award winning beaches to uncovering fossils in hidden coves, as well as quality local food and drink, you’ll find there’s something for everyone to explore on the Island. Discover the Isle of Wight for your perfect holiday.
If you enjoy outdoor activities, the Isle of Wight has it all. The stunning coastline and warm climate mean that this Isle of the perfect playground for those who love the outdoors. Walking, cycling and horse-riding are freely available for those of all abilities, with more than 500 miles of footpaths and established walking routes, and 165 miles of bridleways waiting to be discovered.
If you’re after something a little more extreme, you can try your hand at one of many adventure activities such as tree climbing, paragliding, or sailing, with several top class events taking place throughout the year. There are also plenty of water sports for you to get involved in throughout the year. The Isle of Wight also has a number of golf courses, many of which are set against picturesque backdrops, making it the perfect place for a golf weekend break or holiday.
A visit to the Isle of Wight wouldn’t be complete without visiting some of our famous beaches. The Island currently has the highest number of award-winningbeaches in England, all managed to the highest standards.
One of the best ways to see the beautiful coastline of the Isle of Wight is from off-shore, and there are a number of sailing and boat charters available throughout the year. These range from leisurely sight-seeing tours to sailing tuition and more “hands on” sailing experiences. For Fishing enthusiasts there are also charter boats available.
Looking for a great night out, but not into pubs and clubs? Then head for the Isle of Wight and treat yourself to a night out with the stars… the actual stars. Now a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, the Isle of Wight has some of the darkest skies in the UK, making it perfect for an astronomical night out.