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3 things to do in Yarmouth

Walk with wildlife around the harbour

Yarmouth harbour, Isle of Wight offers lovely walking

Yarmouth harbour, Isle of Wight

Enjoy the beautiful scenery with a stroll around the Western Yar estuary. There’s a lovely circular walk which takes you down the footpath from Yarmouth harbour, past the old mill, then along the side of the estuary, past historic All Saints church, then through the fields back to Yarmouth. The area is a great place for wildlife. Its tidal waters, saltmarsh and mudflats are home to a wide range of plants and animals that are specially adapted to living there. See waterfowl and wading birds, redshank, little egrets and curlews, you may also be lucky enough to see migrating birds passing through.

Browse around the shops and galleries

Shops and galleries in yarmouth, Isle of wight

Shops and galleries in Yarmouth

Although only a small town, Yarmouth has plenty of unique shops, so explore the cobbled streets and find that special holiday souvenir. For a stylish mix of decorative antiques, nautical and country style items, visit Number Twenty. For fantastic jewellery and decorative items from around the globe, try Drift, Yarmouth. Featuring work by Isle of Wight artists, as well as those from elsewhere, the Yarmouth Gallery is well worth a visit.

Enjoy a relaxing lunch

The Wheatsheaf in Yarmouth, Isle of Wight

The Wheatsheaf in Yarmouth

There’s plenty of choice for lunch in the small town of Yarmouth. From traditional pubs such as The Wheatsheaf and The Bugle to unique restaurants like Salty’s and The Blue Crab. For a pretty cafĂ© with a view and a wide-ranging menu, try Gossips Cafe at the end of the old wooden pier. Or for a more luxurious experience, visit the George Hotel where you can sit outside on the lawn and enjoy the sea view and the constant activity on the water.