Aerial panoramic view of the Needles of Isle of Wight, UK

ISLE OF WIGHT

With the ferry port just minutes from our Resort in Lymington, a visit to the Isle of Wight is a must when staying at Elmers Court. Filled with attractions, activities and places to visit all year round, you won’t be short of things to do on your visit. Plus, with many free options to, you can make precious memories without breaking the bank during your holiday.

Attractions

Attractions and places to visit are in plentiful supply on the Island. From museums, galleries and historic you can soak up the culture and history of the island or go wild at The Needles Rocks and lighthouse – possibly the islands most recognisable landmark.

The kids will go will at Robin Hill fun park or Monkey Haven animal sanctuary, or head over to Tapnell Farm Park near Yarmouth. 

Isle of Wight

Activities

If you are a lover of adventure and the outdoors, the Isle of Wight is an outdoor playground. Walking, cycling and water sports are just a few of the activities the island is known for, with 500 miles of footpaths and 165 miles of bridleways waiting to be discovered.

If you’re after something a little more adrenaline filled, you can try tree climbing, paragliding, sailing and so much more. Plus, with a stunning coastline and warm climate you are guaranteed the best views all year round.

Isle of Wight

Beaches

The island has the highest number of award-winning beaches in England, a visit wouldn’t be completed without visiting at least one. Or why not soak up them all with one of the many boat charters available. From leisurely sight-seeing tours to sailing, fishing and even evidence of dinosaurs there is something for everyone.

The Island has a varied coastline and because of this, can boast cliffs, coves, sandy beaches, secret inlets and rock pools to discover. From the sands of the East Wight at Sandown, Shanklin and Yaverland to the cove at Steephill and right around the West Wight to Compton Bay and Freshwater, you’ll be amazed at just how different the landscape becomes.

Isle of Wight Beaches