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From Brighton: Isle of Wight Full-Day Trip via Portsmouth

1. From Brighton: Isle of Wight Full-Day Trip via Portsmouth

Meet in central Brighton and travel by bus to the nearby city of Portsmouth. Learn about Britain's naval history before traveling to the Isle of Wight via the Wightlink Ferry. Get a great photo of Portsmouth's Spinnaker Tower and its historic dockyard as you depart. Arrive at Fishbourne shortly before noon. Take a scenic 20-minute drive to the charming village of Godshill. Upon arrival, discover its medieval church and see its 500-year-old thatched cottages, tea shops, and the Model Village. Explore the village with your guide and learn more about local history. Continue to Alum Bay, famous for its multi-colored sand cliffs and "the Needles". Choose between a chairlift ride or a walk down the steps to the picturesque beach. Enjoy the views of this scenic location, with plenty of fantastic photo opportunities. After some time here, travel back to Fishbourne for a 6:00 PM journey back to the mainland, followed by drop-off in Brighton.

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What people are saying about Brighton

It was such a lovely trip. The tour guide Jerry was amazing, everything very well organised, on time. The coach was very comfortable and the day was perfect for a day trip, sunny and pleasant. Thank you very much! I definitely recommend this company for any tour. Many thanks

Beautiful landscapes, colorful cliffs in Alum Bay - wonders of nature. Perfect guide. You could spend more time on the island hiking or cycling it to discover other equally interesting places

Excellent day out, informative and interesting. The trip itself is well timed and doesn’t feel to rushed considering there is a ferry journey involved.

The tour was amazing! We had plenty of time to explore the places. Thanks to our excellent tour guide, Gerry!