Isle of Wight Holiday Parks
Luxury Lodges, Caravans and Camping on the Isle of Wight
The Isle of Wight is a paradise for holidays with so much to see and do for all ages. During the holidays and peak summer months, holiday parks and camping sites get extremely busy so its advisable to book early. With chalky white towering stacks stretching out into the English Channel, secluded sandy beaches lapped with clear turquoise water and looked over from timeless villages, the Isle of Wight is postcard perfect.
As soon as you hop off the Solent ferry crossing from the mainland, you can see why. You can follow the royal footsteps of Charles I and Henry VIII to the island castles or travel back two millennia to Roman villa ruins. Visit the private beach of Queen Victoria, who would surely have proclaimed “we are not amused” at the fun-loving island's array of festivals covering pop, jazz and sailing. Top places to visit on the isle of white include Osbourne House, The Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary, Shanklin Theatre and Bembridge Lifeboat Station.
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As the ferry sails its way through the waters of the English Channel and the Isle of Wight comes into view you will see the beautiful bays of the Isle of Wight ope up before your eyes. Its easy to see why the Isle of Wight is the perfect location to own or rent a holiday home, whether it is a static caravan or a lodge, there;s a holiday resort to suit every taste and budget. Book online to view the latest holiday homes and lodges for sale and rent.
Cowes is one of the longest-running sailing regattas in the world with 40 daily sailing races featuring around 1,000 boats and 8,000 competitors. If you are intending on booking a holiday park on the Isle of Wight during Cowes week, its highly advisable to book well in advance.
The Needles on the Isle of Wight is one of the most photographed groups of rocks in the world. A row of 3 chalk stacks on the western tip of the island near Alum beach can be accessed via the iconic Needles Chairlift. From the top of the Alum Bay cliffs you can take the chairlift down to the beach and experience the spectacular views of the Needles Rocks, Lighthouse and the stunning turquoise waters of the English Channel.