Walking on the Isle of Wight by Paul Curtis
- The Isle of Wight Coastal Path and 23 day walks
- Dinosaur Fossils, cliffs and castles, beaches and harbours
- Half the Island is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
- Year-round coastal walking, inland paths best from Spring to Autumn
- Wildlife, flowers, ancient woodland, birds, geology and history are explained and brought to life
The Isle of Wight is a genuinely beautiful, very relaxed island located off England’s south coast. With a temperate climate, it offers a variety of walking terrain including wonderful coastal paths, downland, marshland, woods and forests, and places of historical interest such as Osbourne House and Carisbrooke Castle. This guide includes the Isle of Wight Coastal Path section of the English Coast Path, which is described in nine stages in a clockwise direction. There is also a varied collection of coastal and countryside day walks, from 4 to 18 miles long, across all parts of the island, both popular and less known.