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One of the biggest events that occurs in June every year on the Isle of Wight, is the World Famous Isle of Wight Festival. But if you thought that was pretty much it for June, you’d be wrong.

The Isle of Wight is buzzing with activity in June, and if you’re planning on popping over for one of the events, perhaps you might be able to squeeze in a couple more things to do, whilst you’re here.

The Isle of Wight isn’t just famous for ‘Bucket & Spade’ holidays and sandy beaches, we also grow an enormous amount of produce on the Island, some of which is supplied to national Supermarkets and even exported internationally.
The microclimate that exists on the Island is perfect for growing some of the finest produce and ingredients, many of which can be found in our top five spots to buy fresh produce.

August is by far the busiest month for Visitors on the Island, and if you’re worried about finding too many crowds and queues at your favourite attractions, why not try some alternatives:

Carnival time at Robin Hill Country Park
Every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 6pm - Throughout the School holidays, there is a carnival procession through the woodland, a band, workshops and a new illusion show, as well as the parks, this is must for all the family!

This coming May half term, Osborne House in Whippingham will be hosting a Garden Party with a difference.

You know it’s a good day at work when you get to go out and visit somewhere as spectacular as the Isle of Wight Pearl to have a spot of lunch and take a look at the beautiful array of Jewellery they have to offer.