Welcome to the Isle of Wight Tourist Guide
The Isle of Wight Tourist Guide is an established independent online guide to tourist information and holidays to the Isle of Wight. For all your accommodation requirements including Isle of Wight hotels, self catering, B&Bs, guesthouses, cottages, apartments, campsites and caravan & holiday parks, look no further.
As well as listing some of the best places to stay on the Island, the Isle of Wight Tourist Guide features great food and drink from the pick of the finest pubs and restaurants, plus fantastic Isle of Wight attractions and activities, which provide wonderful days out for the whole family.
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 150,000. Many UK residents ask the question, 'do you need a passport to visit the Isle of Wight?' Well actually no you don't, as the Island is part of the UK.
With over half the Island a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and superb events on offer including the Isle of Wight Festival, Cowes Week, Bestival, IOW Scooter Rally and the Isle of Wight Walking & Cycling Festivals, this unique holiday destination really has something for everyone.