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Sail away to this beautiful island

An island of contrasts, this idyllic corner of England ranges from the rolling downs and broad estuaries of the north to the sea-beaten cliffs of the south. From historic sites to natural delights and major national events, the Isle of Wight is a unique holiday destination.

Why visit the Isle of Wight?

  • Award-winning beaches
  • History and heritage
  • Stunning countryside
  • Glorious coastline
  • Family attractions
  • Sports and activities
  • Dinosaur Isle
  • Renowned sailing venue

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Heritage

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Families

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Premier Holidays & the Isle of Wight

Our vastly experienced travel advisors are passionate about the Isle of Wight. With first-hand knowledge of when and where to go they can create the perfect holiday experience for you, at the best possible price.

The facts:

Geography: Lying 5 miles off the coast of Hampshire separated by the Solent, the Isle of Wight is a county of England and England’s biggest island, it is 23 miles long by 13 miles wide.

Travelling times: There are a variety of routes to reach the island, including the car ferry between Portsmouth and Ryde, the foot passenger catamaran from Portsmouth Harbour to Ryde and a second ferry route between Lymington in the New Forest and Yarmouth.

Transfer times: On an island the size of the Isle of Wight, you won’t be surprised to know that most hotels are no more than 30 minutes from the main ferry ports.

Currency: Sterling.