It’s easier than you might think to get to the Isle of Wight…
The Island is situated just four miles off the South Coast of England. There are excellent transport links and frequent crossings by vehicle and passenger ferries from Southampton, Lymington and Portsmouth. The ferry companies and Hovertravel run regular promotions. Don’t worry if you don’t want to bring the car, as there are fantastic bus links from the ferry ports with Southern Vectis, the Island’s bus service. You can also book excellent value tickets that combine transport with entrance into the leading attractions such like Blackgang Chine & Robin Hill Country Park.
For the latest deals please see the transport providers’ websites or visit: www.isleofwightguru.co.uk/discount-isle-of-wight-ferry-travel.html
Where are we?
Isle of Wight
There are several bus routes via Blackgang Chine. Please visit http://www.islandbuses.info/timetables/6 or http://www.islandbreezers.islandbuses.info/island-coaster to plan your route.
Blackgang has tarmac parking for approximately 500 cars and hard grass parking for a further 300 cars. There is a limited number of disabled parking spaces, situated about 100 metres from the park entrance. However, feel free to drop passengers at the entrance before returning to the car park.
There is coach parking adjacent to the park and there is also a public bus service that has regular buses through to Newport and Ventnor.
Parking at Blackgang is free so you can stay as long as you like in the park without worrying.