May Events on the Isle of Wight
May brings longer daylight hours, warming sun and green leaves unfurling, just what we've all been waiting for. It's also the perfect time for a holiday, be it a week of ambling in the countryside or a short break to enjoy the quiet beaches and sunshine. Here are some events to enjoy on the Isle of Wight in May.
April Events on the Isle of Wight
Now’s the perfect time for a holiday on the island, whether you are looking for a family holiday with the kids during the Easter holidays or a quiet short break away from the madding crowds. Whatever your plans, enjoy the warmer, sunnier days April brings and take a look at our list of things to do around the island.
March Events on the Isle of Wight
Spring is finally on the way, the daffodils are out and blossom blooming. March is a lovely time of year for a Spring break, making the most of the quiet time before Easter. Here’s our list of island activities in March.
There's something for everyone at Chale Show. You can watch the entertainment taking place throughout the day in the main arena, sit on hay bales and enjoy local musicians, browse around the stalls offering local produce and food or take the kids to the fair. **Show dates for 2020 are 1st and 2nd August**
St Helens Beach and the Duver
The Isle of Wight is famed for it’s diverse landscapes and interesting history. The jewel in the crown must surely be the beaches and St Helens beach is definitely one of my top ten. Here’s a rough guide to the beach and the Duver.
Nestled in between Ryde and Seaview, Puckpool Park overlooks the sandy beach of Appley and has everything you’ll need for a family day out.
Isle of Wight beach awards
This years Keep Britain Tidy beach awards have just been announced and the Isle of Wight has scooped four awards this time around, up from three last year.
For a quintessential beach holiday, Seaview is one of the best places on the Isle of Wight to stay. On the northeast coast of the Island, nestled in-between Ryde to the East and St Helens to the West, you’ll find three beautiful beaches to choose from. So pack up your picnic, bucket and spade and head off for a day of beach fun.
Seaview Community Shop
One of the pleasures of a self catering holiday is shopping local and in this little shop you’ll find everything you’ll need, most of which is supplied by Island producers.