Your accessible guide to the Isle of Wight

Measuring just 23 miles from the East Coast to the West, the beautiful Isle of Wight is renowned for its tranquillity and unspoiled beaches and has been a firm family favorite for holidays for over 200 years.

Despite its small size, the Island has plenty to offer its visitors, from first class accommodation, mouth-watering restaurants, and cafes and memory-making attractions to suit all ages and requirements.

We know that travelling with any form of disability can be a challenge, partly in thanks to the seemingly endless amount of research needed before you go.  The team here at Unlimited Island have personally reviewed every venue shown on the site to provide you with a full expectation of how the Island is for those with a disability and to direct you to reviewed, approved and rated places to eat, stay, relax and enjoy every second of your time here on the Island. Our interactive map allows you to find a whole range of services you might need whilst visiting the Island, from your local beach to a pharmacy nearby to the nearest mobility shop… alongside all the fun stuff which is the reason you came to the Isle of Wight in the first place!  For ideas of places to go, please check out our Attractions page or why not have a scroll through our blog?

Most importantly – sit back, relax, and enjoy!

south-west Isle of Wight