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Visit the Isle of Wight and you will be spoilt for choice, as the Island offers the best of both worlds for your holiday – on the one hand, there is an abundance of popular visitor attractions catering for every taste and interest, which include Blackgang Chine, The Needles pleasure park, Robin Hill country park and Amazon world.

For the more relaxed, IOW pearl the waxworks museum and Roman village visitor centre at Brading, and the famous IOW Zoo.

Helicopter rides, boat trips, Course fishing and sea fishing, golf courses, Indoor swimming pools, Pony trekking, tennis & squash courts, Sailing and windsurfing are just some of the activities on offer across the Island.

There are also an abundance of historical country houses to include Osborne House, Carisbrooke Castle and Appuldurcombe House to name a few. The Island is also a renowned sailing centre hosting the world legendary annual regatta week late in July early August. Whilst on the other hand, for those who prefer a more relaxing break, there are many beautiful, unspoilt villages and historical places of interest to visit at your leisure.