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beach, Isle of WightThe Isle of Wight's unique position off England's South coast makes it a perfect holiday destination to suit most tastes and budgets. As soon as you step onto the ferry, you feel that your holiday has begun. With one of the best sunshine records in the UK and with nearly 60 miles of stunning beaches and unspoilt scenery and a wealth of attractions, the Isle of Wight has something for everyone. There are historic sites, music festivals, quaint seaside towns and beautiful scenery to name just a few of the many attractions that keeps bring visitors back, year after year.
Fisherman's Cottage, Shanklin beachOne of the most popular resorts on the Island, Shanklin offers something for everyone. There's Shanklin Old Village with its thatched pubs, cafes and restaurants as well as a range of gift shops for those traditional holiday souvenirs. Take a relaxing stroll along Shanklin cliff top with its scenic walks with views of Sandown Bay. Of course there's also Shanklin beach, with its traditional seaside amusements. Walk to the end of the long sandy beach and discover Shanklin Chine and the Fisherman's Cottage, a thatched pub set right on the beach.
Isle of Wight Tourism 01983 813813
Official tourist board guide to the Isle of Wight
Visit Shanklin
Local information about Shanklin - what to see and do
Red Funnel 0844 844 9988
(Southampton - West Cowes) passenger only (Red Jet)
(Southampton - East Cowes) car ferry
Wightlink Ferries 0871 376 1000
(Portsmouth - Ryde) passenger only (Fast Cat)
(Portsmouth - Fishbourne) car ferry
(Lymington - Yarmouth) car ferry
Hovertravel 01983 811000
(Southsea - Ryde) passenger only
Southern Vectis 01983 532373
Isle of Wight buses
Island Line 01983 812591
Isle of Wight trains