Measuring just 23miles by 13 miles, the Isle of Wight is often referred to as a little slice of England.
What makes the Island so different is that here you will find the best of Southern England’s landscape features condensed into an area of just 147 square miles, all easily accessible and unspoilt.
The Isle of Wight is the perfect growing area. Its low horizon line and reflected sunlight from the surrounding waters of the Solent are the vital ingredients for some of the most fertile land in the UK, contributing to the abundant crops of tomatoes, garlic and grapes, to name but a few.Read more...
You are never far from the sea on the Isle of Wight. As England’s largest Island there are over sixty miles of fantastic coastline, half of which is in ‘Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ and vast tracks are classified a Heritage Coast.
The wonderfully varied and unspoilt coastal scenery is probably the Island’s greatest natural asset, from glistening chalk cliffs overlooking clear blue waters to the tranquil estuaries which meander inland.