From horse riding to red squirrel spotting and from gin tasting to seafood scoffing, we’ve rounded up our favourite places to see, eat, stay and have fun to ensure you make every moment count on this glorious island
With its 57 miles of stunning coastline, the Isle of Wight’s beaches make for effortless family outings. But when your children want more than traditional bucket-and-spade fun, our guide to the Island’s best activities and attractions will help keep everyone happily entertained, says Anna Pocock
From unique hand-knitted jumpers to beautiful bags coveted by celebrities, the Isle of Wight has become an unlikely eco-fashion hotspot, as fashion journalist and blogger Hannah Rochell discovers
Whether it’s for building sandcastles or safe swimming, surfing or rockpooling, the Isle of Wight has the beach for you. We’ve talked to locals to get the lowdown on their favourite spots, from where to watch the sunset to who serves the best fish and chips.
From dinosaurs to donkeys, pythons to pygmy goats, the Isle of Wight is home to a host of exotic wildlife at its beachside zoo, farms and specialist animal sanctuaries, says Anna Pocock
Want to make every moment count on this glorious island? We’ve got it covered. From walking with a llama on Tennyson Trail to a tandem bike ride along the River Yar, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite places to see, eat, stay and, most of all, have fun
Is the huge increase in young people taking up sailing enough to persuade this 20-something to reconnect with a sport she abandoned as a child? Emma Sims gets back on board...