If you’ve ever travelled to the Isle ofWight,
you’ve probably used one of the transport
modes that the island has to offer.The island
is situated off of the south coast of England
and it’s sandy shores wash straight into the
EnglishChannel. From cable cars to
wheelchair access vehicles, Isle ofWight travel
will be analysed in this article.
Hovercrafts can be caught from Portsmouth,
Southampton and Gosport. It’s a truly unique
way to travel and should be experienced by
everyone at least once!There’s no stranger
feeling than sitting with a drink and feeling
your mode of transport inflate from
There are multiple services that have regular
sailing routes from southern towns and cities.
You can catch the fast ferry which can get you
to the Island in as little as 20 minutes. Perfect
if you’re in a rush!
If you’re looking for a unique way to get a
good look at what the Isle ofWight has to
offer, you should consider visiting the Needles
Park and having a ride on the cable car. It’s a
great way to get an aerial look at the island
and it’s stunning views.
There’s a few stations in the larger island
towns. It’s a quick way for tourists to get to
location to location if you have not rented a
car for the day.
If you have the money to spare, a helicopter
ride around the island is a unique experience
that you will remember for the rest of your
life. Helicopters take off from (across the
water) Gosport and provide you with a 20
You could always take your car over! Many of
the ferry companies that run services to Isle of
Wight have allocated spaces for cars in their
haul.This is a recommend travel method for
people who require a wheelchair access
vehicle. Isle ofWight cabs do have disabled
access too so it’s worth checking out what’s
Whatever method of travel you decide
to use on your visit, just remember to
visit some of the amazing sights that
the Isle ofWight has to offer.