Welcome to the Isle of Wight Tourist Guide
The Isle of Wight Tourist Guide is your one-stop independent guide to everything Isle of Wight. Here you will find all your holiday requirements and tourist information including somewhere to stay for a memorable break. Whether you choose the comforts of a hotel, B&B or guesthouse where you can just relax and enjoy your stay, or a self-catering cottage, chalet, villa or apartment where you are free to please yourself, you will find something for everyone. If camping is your thing, there is a good choice of campsites and caravan parks.
In addition to listing the best places to stay on the Island, the Isle of Wight Tourist Guide also features a great selection of pubs and restaurants as well as tourist attractions and activities for the whole family. Your car and cycle hire needs are also taken care of and if you require a boat charter, look no further. With a fantastic calendar of events such as the Isle of Wight Festival, Cowes Week, Walking & Cycling Festivals, Bestival and the IW Scooter Rally, the Isle of Wight is well worth a visit.
The Isle of Wight is situated around five miles off the south coast of the English mainland and resembles a diamond in shape. The Island measures 23 miles east to west and 13 miles north to south - an area of 147 square miles, with a population of around 140,000. Over half the Island is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there is more than 60 miles of diverse coastline, ranging from award-winning beaches to chalk cliffs.