Áhugaverðir gististaðir á Wight-eyja

  • 3.785 kr.

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    The Parkbury Hotel, Sandown
    7,4 Gott 405 umsagnir
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  • 6.402 kr.

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    Trouville Hotel, Sandown
    8,1 Mjög gott 287 umsagnir
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  • 11.214 kr.

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    The Belmore B&B, Sandown
    9,6 Einstakt 164 umsagnir
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  • 3.469 kr.

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    Tarvic2 Hotel, Sandown
    7,9 Gott 422 umsagnir
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  • 3.504 kr.

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    The Wight Bay Hotel, Sandown
    8,0 Mjög gott 862 umsagnir
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Wight-eyja - hápunktar

Annual music festivals
The Isle of Wight Festival and Bestival draw in some of the world’s best live acts and streams of festival-goers each summer.
Sailing at Cowes Week
A historic regatta, Cowes Week includes 40 daily races and up to 1000 boats, manned by over 8000 Olympic-level and amateur sailors.
Award-winning beaches
Some of Europe’s best beaches can be found along these 57 miles of coastline. Shanklin, Sandown and Ventnor’s esplanades spill over with cafés and shops.
Hiking and views along picturesque paths
Explore the island's coastal paths and forest trails. Alverstone Walk leads from Sandown, through 2 nature reserves and past a red squirrel hide.
Water-sports on the English Channel’s shores
From leisurely to extreme, the isle offers water-sport activities to suit all levels. Popular sports include surfing, jet-skiing, kayaking and sailing.
Dig up history on "Dinosaur Island
Due to its large discoveries of fossils, the Isle of Wight has been nicknamed "Dinosaur Island". Hotspots include Compton Bay and Yaverland.
Animal attractions
The isle’s farms, parks and zoos offer the chance to observe bird-of-prey displays and more exotic species including flamingos, parrots and penguins.
Ventnor Botanic Garden
A wide variety of plants can be found within this Mediterranean-like microclimate. The surrounding Undercliff offers a scenic coastal landscape.
Fort Victoria
Dating from the 1850s, this barracks was built to protect the Solent’s shores. It now houses an aquarium, planetarium and underwater archaeology centre.
Isle Of Wight history
Top picks include some of the isle’s Roman villas, beautiful castles and Osborne House, Queen Victoria's seaside retreat.