The island off England's south coast is favored by its climate and often referred to as “isle of flowers” or “isle of gardens”. It is the country's best wine growing region and attracts many visitors throughout the year. In saying that, those who set out on foot heading for the island's west, will always discover lonely and unspoiled places. At Freshwater Bay one is rewarded with a magnificent view across the coastal landscape: snow-white chalk cliffs form a fascinating contrast with the deep blue sea. Another beautiful sight off the coast are the Needles, three huge and pointy cliffs. Boat-tours around the island are worthwhile because of the beautiful panorama.