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Welcome to
Isle of Wight
Camper Van Holidays

Under new ownership since July 2014. Which friend will you choose for your Island Adventure?

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Looking forward to 2015

November has arrived and the vans have been out for their last trips around the Island in 2014. We are now full steam ahead with our first winter refurbsihment period ahead of us. Florence and Ermintrude have already had their interiors removed and the new ones are w…

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Forget your worries, come on get happy & drive all your cares away...

 Perfect for exploring in a campervan... Situated just off the south coast of England, the Isle of Wight is peaceful, rural & picturesque.

From award winning beaches to peaceful walks across miles of National Trust downland. 

Offering miles of beautiful beaches, footpaths, downland & cycle paths. Whether you decide to have a relaxing or an activity holiday the Isle of Wight has it all...                        

Water sports, walking, cycling or sailing, the Island has so much to offer. Enjoy a memorable family campervan holiday, a quiet break for two or a holiday with friends - there is something for everyone.

The Isle of Wight is one of the most idyllic yet exciting parts of Britain.  A place that seems to exert an irresistible attraction that brings visitors back time after time, perfect for exploring in a campervan, the rugged coastline & sandy beaches provide many picturesque locations to park & put your feet up.

With the Island accessible by car ferry, catamaran & hovercraft your holiday can be an adventure from the start.

With regular trains from London Waterloo bringing you to the Island in less than 2 hours and Southampton Airport being minutes away from the Red Jet terminal, your transfer to the Isle of Wight will be not only enjoyable but stress free!




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"The Isle of Wight and Volkswagen Camper Vans go together like fish & chips."

Coast Magazine, February 2010