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The Weather in Shanklin
Above is a climate diagram for Shanklin. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in Shanklin in January. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
Discover the Isle of Wight's sublime sights from your Shanklin holiday cottage
Your holiday home in Shanklin unfolds all the pleasures of the picturesque, quirky and cultured Isle of Wight. If pristine beaches, impressive historic sites and superb hospitality are anything to go by, Shanklin is a dream destination.
Discover Wight's oldest attraction
The thatched roofs of Shanklin Old Village sit hatlike atop its historic pubs and famous tea room. Picture perfect, the village is just large enough for an afternoon stroll, and close enough to Rylstone Gardens and other attractions from which to do so.
Shanklin Chine is the Isle of Wight's oldest attraction. Created over thousands of years, the gorge runs from the Old Village through to the sandy beach and attracts visitors like seabirds. This tranquil tree-lined alley is about as picturesque as nature gets.
Attractions of the Isle
Brading Roman Villa is one of the United Kingdom's most impressive Roman sites. An award-winning visitor centre and museum is filled with treasures and rare finds, and the vast mosaic floors are spellbinding.
Should you fancy a wander in the great outdoors, Ventnor Botanic Garden's unique microclimate fosters an impressive array of exotic plants, including palms and bright blooms in the summer. Butterflies flutter through dappled glens, and the trees roar softly in the wind like waves on the island's shore.
The Isle of Wight Festival is sometimes compared to Woodstock in musical and cultural magnitude. With a star-spangled line-up of the world's leading musicians, this rock festival draws thousands of party people every year. Set in the bucolic surroundings of Wight's green hills, it's a summer festival not to be missed.
Meanwhile, Bestival has leapt onto the island's festival scene and attracts a diverse crowd of music lovers opting for an altogether more bohemian aesthetic. Lounge in hammocks illuminated by fairy lights, tuck into top-notch locally sourced cuisine, and dance the night away to music's biggest names.
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