Isle of Wight Activities For Adults
Whilst the Isle of Wight is undeniably the perfect destination for a week away with your children, it can also be a brilliant place to go if you’re wanting a trip away with friends. Lots of groups of adults will head to the Island every year to experience everything it has to offer and it is a brilliant choice, no matter what time of year you’re arranging a break for.
The Isle of Wight has so many incredible accommodation options for groups of adults and, of course, there are lots of great places to eat and drink too. If you’re starting to put together a bit of an itinerary for your adult getaway, you may be wondering what sort of Isle of Wight activities there are for you to enjoy. Don’t worry, we have you covered, below are some of the best activities you should know about for your stay.
Visiting the Needles Rocks is a must-have for many who come to the Isle of Wight and it is always worthwhile doing. Why not head up to the Needles Battery? This Old Victorian fort has unrivalled views over the Needles Rocks and the surrounding countryside. Alternatively, you could go on a Needles pleasure cruise instead and see the rocks up close from the water.
If you’re looking for an Isle of Wight activity that will be a bit of a laugh, why not visit Goodleaf tree climbing? Bring out your inner child and head to the top of some of the highest trees to see the Island from a new perspective. This really is a unique canopy experience like no other and you can guarantee you will have a good time.
This is one of the oldest Isle of Wight tourist attractions and this famous leafy gorge is the perfect place to visit if you’re searching for somewhere breathtaking to walk around. Whilst Shanklin Chine is a brilliant place to visit during the day, we would recommend you go after dark when hundreds of lights illuminate the narrow paths, streams and waterfalls.
The Garlic Farm
With lots of different events throughout the year, the Garlic Farm is another great place to visit. You can wander around the farm, shop their fresh produce and dine in their restaurant, and they also provide brilliant group days out. With tractor-trailer rides, cooking workshops and lots of other fun activities, you should always consider a visit to this unique farm.
No trip to the Island would be complete without a visit to this royal seaside palace and not only can you stroll around the extensive grounds, but Queen Victoria’s private beach is now open to the public for the first time too. Osborne House is breathtaking and one of the Island’s busiest tourist attractions, so make sure you book in advance to avoid disappointment.
When looking for lots of Isle of Wight activities to undertake in one place, Tackt-Isle is the perfect place to visit. This outdoor activity centre offers a range of sports and activities, both on land and on the water. From segway riding and sand yachting to kayaking and paddleboarding, there really is something for everyone and you will have a real laugh here.
Arranging an adults getaway to the Isle of Wight
No matter what your interests may be or what you have in mind for your adult break, you can guarantee that there are plenty of different Isle of Wight activities for you. Of course, with lots of picturesque beaches and countryside walks too, even if you’re wanting a more relaxed week/weekend, the Island is still the perfect place for you to head to. It really is one of the best all-rounder destinations.
If you’re looking for any more information about the Isle of Wight when arranging your trip, be sure to check out the rest of our website. Here you will find everything you need to know about all aspects of your holiday, from Ferry guides to the local weather forecast, we have absolutely everything you need all in one place. Of course, if you have any questions at all about the Island, don’t hesitate to contact us, our team will gladly assist you further.