Discover Isle Of Wight, Activities and Family Activities

There’s so many opportunities to get outside and exercise, whether it’s kayaking, cycling, walking or windsurfing, the Isle of Wight is a haven for visitors looking for a little excitement on their holiday. Known as adventure island, you will want to make the most of the Island’s coastline and beaches and the excellent water sports on offer.

With over 500 miles of footpaths the Isle of Wight is one of the favoured walking destinations in the UK, and it has also been voted one of the best places in the world for cycling!

The Island is also a great place for horse riding, with exciting opportunities to retread the steps of the famous war horse Warrior, and even go riding on the beach! It is also one of the key sailing destinations in the world, with some great things on offer for enthusiasts of all abilities.

Why not fill your time here with a range of exciting outdoor adventure activities including mountain biking, paragliding, sea kayaking and coasteering.

The Island is the perfect playground, boasting a hugely varied landscape just waiting to be explored - from sand dunes perfect for Segway riding to coastal caves surrounding colourful clear water ready to be dived into!

If it’s a more relaxing break you’re looking for, you could make the most of our wide range of wildlife and take a day out to go bird watching.

Golf Clubs

The Isle of Wight is a great golfing venue with 8 golf courses suitable for golfers at all levels. Many have spectacular coastal views and welcome visitors.
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Kayaking in Isle Of Wight

Kayaking

Kayaking in Isle of Wight can be as serene or extreme as you like, and the Isle of Wight is the perfect place to take to the water, with everything from gentle, scenic inland waterways, to coastal shore breaks and open water opportunities.
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Horseriding

Horseriding

There are a number of excellent riding schools across the Island which cater for visitors all ages and abilities and offer a wonderful way to explore the many paths, bridleways and beaches.
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Water Sports

Water Sports

With a total of 57 miles of coast line, much of which consist of beautiful beaches, it is no surprise that the Isle of Wight is the perfect place to enjoy some water sports. It is famous for its sailing and considered to have some of the best waters in the world for doing so
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Cycling  in Isle Of Wight

Cycling

The Isle of Wight is a popular cycling destination with many routes on dedicated cycle paths. From level countryside trails and quiet lanes to challenging hill climbs and everything in between, cyclists of all levels will enjoy an amazing pedal-powered experience.
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Quad Biking

Quad Biking

Quads are a really fun activity to do, especially when it has been raining! Fully trained Instructors keep students focussed on building basic skills like steering, braking and acceleration, before progressing to control the quad bike.
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