The Isle of Wight, sitting proudly in the English Channel has a micro-culture all of its own. Highly popular with tourists popping over from Portsmouth for a seaside getaway, for a small island there is a great deal on offer. From stunning scenery with the Needles through to amusement parks and vibrant nightlife, there’s really something for everyone.
The Isle of Wight, in more recent years, has been developing itself as a festival spot to rival many other popular ones in the UK. Unsurprisingly it’s therefore a popular spot with campers. The island is also famous for Osbourne House and Carrisbroke Castle.