Half term activities, and they're free!
The school holidays don’t have to cost a fortune, especially when the Isle of Wight has so much to offer completely free!
Eat, Drink, Play...Repeat.... these are values that our friends over at Tapnell Farm hold dear. They want you to indulge in the very best holiday experiences at the Farm and so have endeavoured to bring you all manner of activities, all under one roof...
Bembridge Lifeboat Station
There's a really lovely walk around the coastal point in Bembridge. If you park at the Toll Gate Cafe, at low tide, on the outskirts of the village, and step onto the beach you can explore the dunes as you wander around the point onto the vast expanse of sand on Bembridge Beach.
Top Four Island Cycling Attractions
Cycling is great way to explore the Island, to see the sights along the way and take a break with a well-earned picnic or pub lunch! You'll discover miles of dramatic,breath-taking coastline and picturesque countryside. In addition to the great scenery, there are hundreds of miles of well-maintained cycle routes and some amazing annual events.
Cycling on the Island – The Red Squirrel Trail
The Isle of Wight has over 200 miles of well-maintained and signposted cycle tracks, byways and bridleways and has been described as having some of the best Cycling routes in the world for all types of cycling enthusiasts.
Rural centre of the Isle of Wight
The Isle of Wight isn't all about the beaches, as we also have over 100 square miles of amazing rural and woodland countryside with picturesque towns and villages dotted across the landscape.
The Wild West Wight
The unspoilt, rural west of the Island is far less densely populated than the East of the Island and is made up of some beautiful National Trust coastline.
Romantic Walks on the Isle of Wight
Popping out for a bracing romantic walk should be part of any great weekend escape over Valentines weekend.
Compton Bay amongst UK's top beaches
Compton Bay on the Isle of Wight has recently been listed as one of the best beaches in the UK according to the travel experts at Rough Guides.