Robin Hill is one of the Islands top destinations for a family day out. Take a look at what's on offer.
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.
Amazon World Zoo Park in Arreton is the Islands largest exotic animal attraction, with a large array of creatures from all over the world (not just the Amazon)
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.
St Catherine's Lighthouse
Enjoy a panoramic vista in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
The Wight Walking Festival
The Isle of Wight has always been a popular destination with ramblers and hikers and is a dream destination for keen walkers. Here’s our top five reasons why you should attend the festival.
Isle of Wight Literary Festival
The Isle of Wight Literary Festival, sponsored by Red Funnel, is a wonderful opportunity for book-lovers of every genre to come together and celebrate the spoken and written word.
Visit the palatial holiday home of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert on the Isle of Wight. With acres of beautiful gardens, a private bathing beach, private apartments and guided walks, there's something for the whole family to enjoy.