Updated: Apr 7, 2020
There's nothing quite like Cowes Week on the Isle of Wight.
It is the oldest and largest annual sailing regatta in the whole world and that's what makes it such a large attraction, the Cowes Week regatta is also an iconic part of Britain's sporting calendar.
The event is 8 days long and the events that happen in those 8 days are: competitive racing, live music, food stalls, market stalls, places where you can get henna done and much more. Also, at the end of this massive event there is the annual, famous fireworks on the final Friday of the event.
At the event there are 8,000 competitors racing and 100,000 spectators that all come to the Isle of Wight to enjoy the fantastic line-up of entertainment at Cowes week.
Visitors can watch the sailing action from the shore or opt to get out on the water aboard a spectator boat. With so much to see and do, how could you not come to the amazing Cowes Week.