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Sitting just three miles south of mainland England lies the Isle of Wight. The small diamond shaped island measures just 23 miles from east to west, and 13 miles from north to south. It is England's smallest county and almost half of the Island is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Isle of Wight boasts many popular seaside resorts with 13 award winning beaches, picturesque villages with thatched cottages, steep white cliffs and beautiful countryside.
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Such is the island’s beauty that a number of personalities have chosen to become Overners (residents) on the Isle of Wight, though Sheila Hancock and Jeremy Irons are both Caulkheads (born there).
Things to do
Blackgang Chine Park Nr Ventnor – Adventure park where you’ll find a magical mix of fantasy, legend, heritage and fun.
Robin Hill Adventure Park Nr Arreton - Set in 88 acres of woodland and countryside the park offers attractions and activities for all ages.
Osborne House East Cowes – The home of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert since 1845 until her death in 1901.
Places to see
Carisbrooke Castle Museum East Cowes - A museum of Isle of Wight history in the medieval great hall of Carisbrooke Castle where Charles I was imprisoned.
Butterfly & Fountain World Ryde – Up to 100 species of Butterfly and tropical gardens with an array of water features.
Dinosaur Isle Sandown - Currently consisting of about 30,000 geological specimens, Dinosaur Isle is an all-year-round facility, combining entertainment and enjoyment.