St Catherines Oratory Isle of Wight
On a recent trip to the Isle of Wight it is worth popping up to the Pepperpot, more widely known as St Catherines Oratory.
St Catherines Oratory Isle of Wight is a distinctive medieval tower built in 1328. Although octagonal on the outside it only has four inner walls and stands on one of the highest points of the Island.
It forms part of a series of cliff top monuments known as the Tennyson Heritage Coast and is jointly owned by English Heritage and the National Trust.
If you are looking for a longer walk then try the Bembridge Trail, an 11 mile linear walking route across the Isle of Wight from Shide in Newport to Bembridge Point.
For walks like this it is worthwhile buying a good pair of walking boots like the ECCO Biom Terrain Walking Boots
If you are looking for a really lightweight but highly stable pair of walking boots for the summer then the ECCO Biom Terrain Walking Boots are quite a safe bet.