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The Isle of Wight is a fantastic place to spend a holiday whether you are interested in walking, cycling, riding, water-sports or just sitting on one of our many sandy beaches. 

The network of bridleways, cycle paths and footpaths is outstanding, you can cycle from Sandown in the East to the Needles in the West without barely touching a lane.  As well as hundreds of footpaths across the Island, there is a coastal path to take in the varied coastline.  Much of the Isle of Wight is deservedly designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and ranges from chalk downland to beach woods and cliffs.  Much employment on the Island is derived from agriculture and the warm climate supports horticulture as well as sheep, beef, dairy and arable farming.

The Isle of Wight, and Cowes in particular, is one of the centres of the sailing world with events including the Round the Island Race in June, Cowes Week in  August and the Little Britain Challenge Cup in September.  Smaller craft are also well catered for with windsurfing and kitesurfing both popular on the Isle of Wight.

The Island hosts two major popular music festivals each Summer with the Isle of Wight Festival over three days in June and the Bestival in September, also over three days.

This site lists many of the accommodation businesses on the Isle of Wight from self catering holidays on farms to bed and breakfasts in guesthouses and hotels.

This web site is provided free of charge to clients of Island Webservices, Island Graphic Art and Wightonline.

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