5 Magical Experiences On The Isle Of Wight!
Start your trip with the picturesque Freshwater Bay, covered in grey flint & chalk pebbles.
Next, make your journey to the hill that leads towards the island’s main attractions.
First comes Tennyson Down: a grassy ridge of chalk rising 147m above sea level. It’s worth the trek!
Panoramic views are the highlight at this verdant hillside, which also features a 19th-century fort.
The highest point is dominated by Tennyson Monument;a memorial dedicated to the poet, Lord Tennyson.
Once you’re the off the Down, make your way towards the Needles Headland.
Its a row of three stacks of chalk that rise about 30m out of the sea, off the western extremity.
You can even take a chairlift over the Needles to get a closer look of its coloured sands!
Last but not the least, no trip to the Isle of Wight is complete without visiting Osborne House.
It was Queen Victoria and Prince Albert’s summer home for over 50 years, away from royal duties.
Don’t forget to purchase ice cream from one of their private beach huts, now a cafe and shop!
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