Our 3 day Isle of Wight tour from London takes you to some of the most iconic places on Britain’s most popular seaside island. Led by an experienced guide in a small 16-seater executive
Available on Saturdays from £195 per Person
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Our 3 day Isle of Wight tour from London takes you to some of the most iconic places on Britain’s most popular seaside island. Led by an experienced guide in a small 16-seater executive minibus, highlights of the trip include a visit to the impressive seaside palace of Queen Victoria, visits to seaside towns like Shanklin, seeing the islands pretty architecture and admiring the stunning views from The Needles. This 3 day Isle of Wight tour includes return transportation from London and is a perfect way to visit a large number of attractions in a short space of time.
Depart London at 9am and head through the English countryside to the southern port of Portsmouth
Enjoy amazing views of the city and Isle of Wight from Spinnaker Tower, and visit the historic harbour
Take a 1-hour ferry crossing from Portsmouth onto the Isle of Wight
Head to Quarr Abbey, a peaceful Catholic Benedictine Monastery with interesting architecture.
Arrive in Shanklin with time to explore this pretty seaside resort town. Admire the charming architecture featuring thatched-roofed cottages, cozy tea rooms and a range of local independent shops.
Overnight in Shanklin
Begin the day by passing the impressive Yarborough Monument, the tallest on the Isle of Wight
Visit Osborne House, the seaside palace of Queen Victoria. Discover Victoria & Albert’s private apartments and majestic staterooms, walk along the private bathing beach and admire the beautiful gardens and grounds.
Head to the Needles, the most iconic landmark on the Isle of Wight. Learn more about the interesting history, impressive geology and incredible sea views. See the nearby dramatic cliffs at St. Catherine’s Down
Return to Shanklin and overnight in the town
In the morning, depart Shanklin and leave the Isle of Wight with a ferry crossing to the mainland
Head to Winchester, an ancient city that is famous for its links to the legends of King Arthur. See the Cathedral and have a stroll around the quintessentially English streets, lined with lots of small shops.
Visit the nearby Laverstoke Mill distillery, where the world famous Bombay Sapphire gin is made. You will learn about the site’s history that spans over 1,000 years, and there’ll be an opportunity to experience their luxury drinks.
Head back to London, stopping on the way at Runneymede, the home of the Magna Carta and the cornerstone of modern democracy
Arrival in London at approximately 7.30pm.
Our 3 day Isle of Wight tour includes transportation in a small group 16-seater executive minibus, along with an experienced driver/guide
The tour does not include entrance fees and accommodation
The tour departs at 09:15 from Stance 3, Greenline Coach Terminal, Bulleid Way, Victoria, London, SW1W 9SH. It returns to London at approximately 7.30pm
We stay for 2 nights in the seaside village of Shanklin. When you book, you can ask us to reserve local accommodation for you, or you are free to book yourself. In terms of prices, our accommodation suggestions range from Bed & Breakfast (£45-£55 per person per night) to hotels (£70-£130 per person per night).
The Isle of Wight has traditionally been a popular holiday destination for Brits, who since Victorian times have flocked to the island to take advantage of its warmer weather, stunning scenery and peaceful pace of life. This 2 day tour of Isle of Wight from London takes you to some of the many pretty towns and villages, local shops, restaurants and tea rooms.
The Needles are perhaps the most recognizable landmark on the Isle of Wight and are characterized by three distinctive stacks of chalk that rise out of the sea, as well as the Needles Lighthouse. Visitors love exploring the two gun batteries, experimental rocket testing station and the four coastguard cottages owned by the National Trust.
Osborne House was built between 1945 and 1851 for Queen Victoria as a summer home. Queen Victoria chose the spot for its distinct natural beauty and warmer climate, and the home was designed by Prince Albert in the style of an Italian Renaissance palazzo. Visitors today can explore the state rooms and private rooms and grand gardens and landscapes.
terms and conditions
Booking is subject to terms and conditions of the tour operator. All passengers are advised to arrange travel insurance.