The Isle of Wight has been called a walker’s paradise and is one of the most beautiful parts of the United Kingdom for enjoying the outdoors. Thousands of people flock to the island each year to enjoy the 68 mile coastal path that circumnavigates the island as well as a huge number of trails and footpaths that criss-cross the island.

Isle of Wight walks also include the Freshwater Bay to the Needles circular routed which features the Needles chalk stack – one of the most iconic and photogenic parts of the island – that is formed from tall, jagged rocks and is located on the westernmost part of the island. The coastal path itself can be split into six shorter walks that feature harbours and sailing towns as well as sandy seafronts that feature beaches of outstanding natural beauty and that are surrounded by tranquil wildlife havens and nature reserves.