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The Isle of Wight measures 23 miles by 13 miles and is littered with picturesque villages and bustling small towns
There are some great places to film on the of Wight, each with their very own unique character and heritage.
You can lose yourself in the history and character, stunning rolling hills, country lanes where you’re surrounded by greenery and the quintessentially English old villages packed with charming thatched cottages
The island has famous historic monuments, charming traditional seaside resorts, award-winning beaches and is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
With high downs and soaring cliffs, long sandy beaches fringed by farms and forestland, fishing villages and bustling resorts, it’s no wonder that this almost fairy-tale like island was the inspiration of Lewis Carroll to write his magical story Alice in Wonderland.
Some of the great feature films and TV programmes made on the Isle of Wight include Mrs Brown, Victoria and Abdul, That'll Be The Day, Coast and Countryfile.