You can walk, cycle and ride without seeing a car for hours. Our Coastal Path is 67 miles long, whilst our eight inland trails - a network of well-groomed, safe footpaths and bridleways - total 500 miles.
Walking is still the most popular activity with visitors and the Island hosts the largest Walking Festival in the UK. Winding through field and forest and round the coast these footpaths give access to every corner of the Island - including many fascinating towns and villages.

Quiet country lanes and scenic off - road cycling routes make the Isle of Wight an ideal destination for a UK cycling holiday or short break.

There are cycling routes to suit everyone, with a choice of challenging off-road bridleways, peaceful byways and level purpose-made tracks on former railway lines.

Within an area of just 147 square miles you will find over 200 miles of cycle routes enticing you into the countryside or along the coast.

There are many varied activities on the Island that will take you out and about to explore all that the beautiful Isle of Wight has to offer.