Did you know...Ryde hosts five carnivals every year?

Ryde’s beaches stretch for more than six blissful miles, and it’s one of those resorts that seem to have a feel good atmosphere all year round. Better yet, the position of the town means it’s well-served by a hovercraft and a catamaran that bring passengers to and from the mainland – so it gets more visitors than any other area of the Isle of Wight. Ryde attracts couples (thanks to the quieter coves and romantic views), families (who enjoy the great connections and many attractions) and those who simply love the island, so expect a bustling town with lots to see and do.

Isle of Fright

It may seem all sandy and family friendly by day, but the Isle of Wight also has something of a reputation as being one of the spookiest spots in the UK after nightfall, and it’s even known as ‘Ghost Island’. So what better place to spend Halloween and join the fun of Isle of Fright, an event that sees all...

Blackgang Chine

Blackgang Chine is the Isle of Wight’s biggest adventure park and it’s got everything from a cliff-edge rollercoaster to magical theme worlds - not to mention gorgeous views over the Heritage Coastline. Lands of Imagination are a series of miniature worlds, and you’ll find yourselves roaming amidst cowboys of the Wild West in Cowboy Town one minute and dodging the...
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