A Winter Walk on the Isle of Wight
Walking with my dog has to be one of my favourite pastimes. There’s nothing better than wrapping up warm, pulling on a woolly hat and boots and heading out to explore with my trusty Labrador. Wintertime brings the most dramatic of vistas and I simply love the contrasts this walk brings with vast open marshland, dramatic hills and harbour views.
Stay safe and enjoy six outdoor activities on the Isle of Wight
As the year slowly turns Autumn brings warm seas and quieter beaches. The Isle of Wight is the perfect place to make the most of the end of summer, where a staycation still has the added excitement of a ferry crossing.
There's something for everyone at Chale Show. Watch entertainment taking place throughout the day in the main arena, sit on hay bales and enjoy local musicians, browse around the local produce stalls or take the kids to the fair. **The 2021 show has been cancelled**
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.
New things to see and do on the Isle of Wight
Many of the Islands popular attractions have been here for generations, and have been updated and extended over the years, whereas some have changed very little and have preserved their original charm.