See the Island in a different season.
Whilst winter may not be the traditional time to visit, it is actually one of the best times to come to the Isle of Wight!
Follow in the footsteps of everyone from Alfred Lord Tennyson to Jimi Hendrix; from dinosaurs to the prefect dawn chorus; and heading everywhere from Queen Victoria’s Osborne House to a non-stop walk around the entire 72-miles coastal path.
Over half of the Island is recognised as an AONB. And with its 60-miles of dramatic Heritage Coastline and more than 500-miles of well-maintained and signposted footpaths the Island has long been recognised as a walker’s paradise, with less visitors on the roads and footpaths winter walks and cycling are very popular.
The Isle of Wight is often referred to as ‘England in Miniature’, and in just one day of walking it’s possible to see the very best of the English countryside from sand dunes and pebbly coves to thatched villages and bustling sailing towns.
Our Walking Package includes: Max 4 People each group. Phone Bookings only. 01983867875
|1st Oct to 30th April Half Board Package per person|
Walking in the Isle of Wight. This site has lots of maps for walks that you can down load and print off.
GPS Cycle & Walking Routes. Please use the link to view full route information including descriptions, elevation profiles, interactive maps and GPS downloads. You can also view an overview map of all the routes in the using the Isle of Wight Walk Map
Councils own Public Rights of Way Site. There are many local trails and walks which are promoted by Town/Parish Councils, local groups and societies. These routes may use a combination of Public Rights of Way, Footways (pavements), Open Access Land and Permissive Paths.