Off the southern British coast is the quaint Isle of Wight. Although the Island possesses a beautiful landscape and plenty of outdoor activities, it can be rather expensive. But, there are a few guide tips to use, so you don’t have to break your wallet while visiting. To get there, the ferry from the mainland is relatively cheap. You also may found more affordable lodging on the northern side of the Island. There are plenty of relatively inexpensive eateries, museums, and attractions for you to enjoy as well. Visit the Isle Wight today!
- With no connecting bridges or tunnels, you have to take a ferry to get there.
- The Island features several lovely shops, galleries, restaurants, and pubs.
- There are many exciting festivals, such as the Fringe Festival in Ventnor, in the summer.
“You’ll find the northeast side of the Island the most populated but venture to the south and west of the Island, and it gets a bit more remote.”
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