The Isle of Wight Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (Wight AONB) contains some of Britain’s finest landscapes.
Wight AONB is cared for by a dedicated partnership made up of national and local organisations.
Walking the Island’s varied footpaths and bridleways is a great way to explore and enjoy the stunning landscapes.
Enjoy the legacy of the Island’s first landscape partnership scheme. Between 2008 – 2013 it helped to conserve and enhance the important habitats of the Isle of Wight's western area and encourage people to explore and celebrate its rich culture and heritage.
A landscape partnership scheme that is all about conserving and celebrating what makes the East Wight a fantastic place to work , live and play.
The Isle of Wight Local Records Centre collects, collates, manages and disseminates information on the Island’s wildlife; making it available to all those who need it, on a not-for-profit basis in a cost-effective way. This information plays an essential role in decision-making at all levels, helping to protect and improve biodiversity on the Island and beyond.