Places To Go / Things To Do

Isle Of Wight Caravan Hire


E-Mail:  or     Tel: 077 364 70676

What is there to do on the Isle of Wight?

Where do we start! What takes your fancy!

These are listed in no particular order, and we advise you telephone and check that the venue is open (especially in quieter season).

The Needles Park

With a breath taking chair lift down to the coloured sands of Alum Bay, Magic in the Skies fireworks (every Thursday from 29th July to 26th August – weather permitting), Glass Studio, Sweet Manufactory, Junior Driver and far, far more. 

Hotline: 0871 720 0022

Open daily from 10am  -Easter to end October

Admission is free to site – No parking fees – A range of pay-as-you-go attractions


Amazon World Zoo Park


With conservation being their motivation, a visit to this fantastic Zoo park is well worth it.  With the Islands Largest Exotic Animal Collection, Animal Encounters, Falconry, Informative talks, Adventurers Cafe, Play park and more

Tel: 01983 867122

Watery Lane, Near Arreton, Isle of Wight PO36 0LX


Arreton Old Village
              Free admission
Arreton Old Village, Main Road, Arreton Isle of Wight PO30 3AA
Isle of Wight Beaches


The Isle of Wight currently has 13 award winning beaches, including three blue flag winners, all of which are managed and maintained to the highest standard.  With beaches for all, they are well worth a visit.

The Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary

The Sanctuary is based between Shanklin and Ventnor on the road to Wroxall and is open throughout the spring and summer months from 10:30am till 4:30pm weather permitting.

Tel: 01983 852693

Lower Winstone Farm, Wroxall, Isle of WightPO38 3AA

I really could go on, but feel you now need to just get up and go and explore for yourself the many true delights the Isle of Wight has to offer.  Within the caravan we have included an information folder, and the Sandhills reception has more too.

Have fun exploring the Isle of Wight and I hope you grow to love it as much as I do!