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The town boasts spectacular views over the long, sandy beach of Sandown Bay, whilst the peaceful Rylstone Gardens will tempt you to linger.
Shanklin Old Village is a chocolate box delight with thatched cottages, tea rooms and quirky shops, where you can while away a pleasant afternoon. Don’t miss a visit to Shanklin Chine to admire the gorge with its rare plants and dramatic waterfall.
Famed for its golden sandy beach and traditional seafront with its Victorian pier, the area around the bay is renowned for having the highest concentration of dinosaur fossils.
Take a stroll along the dramatic coastal path and at the little village of Culver, you’ll be able to take in the stunning panoramic views over the bay, the east coast and out to sea.
One of Britain’s most famous Victorian health resorts, Ventnor is famed for its microclimate. The town is build on a series of zigzag terraces and is steeped in history. Don’t miss the peaceful Botanic Gardens – a 22 acre tropical paradise.
The gateway to the island boasts several miles of sweeping sandy beach and east of the town, you’ll find some interesting coastal villages.
Walk to Seaview, a busy sailing centre or trek to Bembridge, another sailing village with a pretty harbour and beach. The National Trust windmill at Bembridge is the only remaining one on the island.