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The weather in Cowes
Above are the weather conditions for Cowes. July is the warmest month of the year in Cowes with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 21°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 2° low. The month of March has nice weather with only 11 rainy days.
Your Cowes holiday home is all about sailing and sea adventures
Holiday homes in Cowes land you in the midst of the British Isles' rich maritime history and culture. Take part in the water sports around which the city revolves, tuck into traditional fish and chips and turn back the hands of time at the Isle of Wight's historic castles.
Housed in a fantastic 18th century sail maker's loft, the Sir Max Aitken Museum is full of nautical artefacts. Aitken founded the London International Boat Show and the Offshore Powerboat Race. The stories of the coast unravel through the collection of yachting and boat building artefacts.
Discover fascinating exhibits at the Classic Boat Museum, where over 50 classic boats are on display, along with model vessels, photos, trophies and surprising items redolent with yachting history and maritime legend.
Discover the island
Explore the Isle of Wight starting with coastal views from Cowes Floating Bridge, a comfortable and efficient mode of transport. On the island, you can see Osborne House, once a summer residence for the royal family. It was designed by Thomas Cubitt in the style of an Italian Renaissance palace.
Carisbrooke Castle is a picturesque English castle dating from the Elizabethan period. Explore the traditional motte-and-bailey where Charles I was imprisoned before his trial. Round off your Isle of Wight adventure with a wander around Robin Hill Country Park.
Cowes Week is the largest and oldest sailing regatta in the world. Every August, the world's top sailors descend on Cowes to undertake the gruelling week-long race. Parties take place aboard ships and onshore, and the five mile-wide channel between the Isle of Wight and the British south coast is filled with a vast fleet of sails, billowing resplendently in the wind.
The Isle of Wight Festival is held every June and brings together performers and audiences from across the world in the idyllic environs of the Isle of Wight.
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