The rural and rugged part of the island. West Wight is for those who love the outdoors. If rambling along Cornish coasts or through a Devonian woodland is your kind of thing, West Wight is the place for you. This part of the island is reminiscent of the moors with long grasses, farmland and a distinct lack of trees, you can really feel like you’ve taken a step back in time. The coastline here is more dramatic than the east or south, making for some fabulous shots to share with family and friends.
For the ultimate Isle of Wight experience, be sure to visit the Needles to snap that iconic photo. Explore the quaint harbour town of Yarmouth or hop on the ferry to Lymington for a lovely day out. Further south is Freshwater with an array of pubs and cafes to try the tastes of the island. Hint: there’s quite a lot of seafood. Whilst in the area, head to the gorgeous Freshwater Bay and Totland or go further south to enjoy the picturesque villages of Brook, Brighstone and Godshill.