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Themed walks during the festival include ghost walks, food walks, garden walks, and even a speed dating walk.Carved by Mother Nature over thousands of years, the stunning tree lined gorge that is Shanklin Chine cuts its mark from Shanklin Old Village to the sandy beach and esplanade far below.With a mild climate, diverse range of outdoor activities and a 57 miles of varied coastline, holidays on the Isle of Wight are pure heaven for those who enjoy nature and wildlife. With more than half the island a Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and more than 500 miles of walking trails, one of the most popular things to do on the Isle of Wight is to take in the views with a good old walk.Holiday cottage specialists Blue Chip Holidays recommend the Tennyson Trail as a good one to start off with.This year introduces a brand new website, including for the first time, the opportunity for walkers to reserve their walks online.Among the new walks added to this year’s programme are two that celebrate the iconic Isle of Wight Festival, celebrating it’s 50th anniversary this year.” On March 17th and as part of English Tourism Week there will be a guided walk run by the Isle of Wight Ramblers. Bob Seely, MP for the Isle of Wight will be accompanying the walk that follows in the ‘hoof prints’ of the famous 1st World War horse ‘Warrior’ owned by his relative General Jack Seely.
The 2018 Isle of Wight Walking Festival runs between 28 April and 13 May, aiming to bring thousands more visitors to the Island outside of the traditional peak season.
Situated just off England’s South coast, the Isle of Wight shimmers in the English Channel.
Notorious for its unspoilt natural beauty, and less than 2 hours from London via ferry, this has been a popular holiday destination since Victorian times.
The Walking Festival is one of the UK’s biggest walking festivals. They range from gentle strolls through some of the Island’s most beautiful scenery to the epic 66 mile Isle of Wight Challenge!
The popular festival was saved in 2017 following an 11th hour injection of support from Visit Isle of Wight..