The Isle of Wight is a lovely place to go for a relaxing break away, it lies just two miles off the coast of Southeast England and it has a bit of everything so tourists will be easily pleased with this destination. It has castles, beaches, quaint villages and even a garlic festival. It has two stand out yearly events and they are Cowes Week which is one of the most significant regattas in the British yachting calendar and also the famous Isle of Wight music festival which has had many famous musicians playing at it down through the years. Half the island has been designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty and offers over 500 miles of footpaths and it is said to be Queen Victoria's favourite destination so you are in good company if you are planning a cheap coach holidays to Isle of Wight.
Our first tour comes from door2tour.com and is the 'Isle of Wight Weekend' tour. You will be staying in the Malvern Hotel where you will have three nights dinner, bed and breakfast. You will be staying close to Sandown which is the Isle of Wight's most popular resort. There will be a scenic circular tour that takes in all the famous sights of the island, calling at Ventnor, Alum Bay and its colourful sands, famous rocky outcrop the Needles and finally Cowes. All of this for just £114 per person.
The Isle of Wight and it's Steam Railway is the second tour where you will board the Isle of Wight Steam Railway for a journey of times goneby. You will be staying at the Carlton Hotel and there will be two other further day excursions to Newport, Ventor, Cowes and Alum Bay. This costs £229 per person.