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Places to go while staying at Appuldurcombe Gardens Holiday Park

Places to visit

There are an abundance of places to visit on the Isle of Wight to suit all ages and interests. If you are looking for a relaxing break, you can enjoy some of the Island’s history and heritage attractions, such as Osborne House or Carisbrooke Castle or the Famous Needles or Quarr Abbey. Visit the Roman villas, or medieval castles and historic houses which showcase much of the Island’s rich heritage, or discover historic landmarks such as the medieval St Catherine’s Oratory (also known as the “Pepperpot”) as you explore the varied landscapes across the Island. For family fun and adventure there are theme parks, or animal attractions, carnivals and special events throughout the year, or get involved in some of the exciting outdoor activities such as tree climbing or water rafting, or kayaking. There are also quaint and quintessential  towns and villages to visit, each with their own charm and character.

Nearby attractions to our Holiday Park:

  • Amazon World
  • Blackgang Chine
  • Godshill Model Village
  • Owl & falconry Centre
  • House of Chilli
  • Isle of Wight Zoo
  • Shanklin Chine & Old Village
  • Shanklin Theatre
  • St Catherine’s Oratory (also known as the “Pepperpot”)
  • Ventnor Botanical Gardens

For further information on all of the above please visit: