We’ve found 3 great places for you to pitch up your caravan in the Isle of Wight
Ninham Country Holidays - Shanklin
This family-run campsite and holiday park on the Isle of Wight has a firm emphasis placed on being nature friendly. Tucked away within a quiet glen beside a duck pond, the site also has a bluebell woods which is full of wildlife including red squirrels, badgers and woodpeckers.
Old Barn Touring Park - Sandown
Set in a beautiful location, the Old Barn Touring Park describe themselves as ‘a small friendly park with downland views in a countryside setting.’ Named after its Grade II-listed thatched barn at the park entrance, the site won a prestigious gold conversation award, for demonstrating a sound commitment to the natural world and helping to protect and enhance their natural environment.
Compton Farm Caravan and Camping - Brightone
This spot boasts stunning natural views to the chalk down land valley and Compton Bay. Placed on a farm, which dates back to 1086, the site is also sheltered in a down land valley on National Trust land. There are lots of nice places for guests to take a walk locally, to enjoy stunning views and wonderful wildflowers.