The Isle of Wight has been described as a “Little England” and part of this well deserved reputation is based upon the diversity and character of its resorts, towns and villages. From the market town of Newport to the stylish port of Cowes, each place is unique and well worth a stop whilst on your Isle of Wight holiday.
The Island is famous for it’s many villages, with Bembridge claiming to be one of the largest in the UK! Quaint rural villages pepper the countryside (most with a fine pub at the centre) whilst the majority of the larger towns are situated on the eastern side. Whatever you are looking for, this guide will make a great start as you explore the Island.