About Isle of Wight Orientation

(Isle of Wight, England)

The Isle of Wight is a particularly popular holiday destination, particularly during the hot summer months. Standing off the southern coast of England, close to both Portsmouth and Southsea, the Isle of Wight is home to a population of around 126,000.

Isle of Wight Orientation: Layout and Directions

Divided into a number of towns, villages and districts, the Isle of Wight is easy to travel around and features many fast roads and good public transport, with regular ferries connecting the island's northern towns of Cowes, Ryde and Yarnmouth with the nearby mainland. One of the Isle of Wight's most notable towns, Newport stands to the south of Cowes and near to Carisbrooke, in the very heart of the island.

Also worth a mention, The Needles can be found along the western coast of the Isle of Wight, nearby Alum Bay, Freshwater and Totland. On the eastern side of the Isle of Wight you will find the appealing towns of Sandown, Shanklin and Ventnor, all of which offer a range of beaches, attractions and accommodation. The most southerly location on the Isle of Wight is Blackgang.

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Orientation and Map of the Isle of Wight Area

Orientation and Map of the Isle of Wight

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