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At the heart of the city is Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.Here you can explore Lord Nelson's flagship, HMS Victory and tour Queen Victoria's battleship, HMS Warrior 1860.You can see Henry..
An unspoilt cathedral city on the edge of the South Downs, Winchester is England's ancient capital and former seat of King Alfred the Great. Today, Winchester combines the best of city life..
The historic city of Southampton is fast becoming one of the most popular leisure and cultural destinations in the south. Its appeal lies in its diverse nightlife, exciting retail..
The forest has changed little since William the Conqueror gave it his special protection over 900 years ago. The unique landscape has been moulded by centuries of grazing by commoner's..
A vision of pastel perfection, Alresford (pronounced Allsford) is a handsome Georgian town of colour-washed houses, riverside walks, specialist shops and the UK's capital of watercress..
From the earliest times Gosport's fortunes have been linked to the sea. Today the tradition continues and visitors, whatever their interests, can enjoy the many fascinating attractions that..
Aldershot is world-famous as the home of the British Army and its history is illustrated at various localmuseums.Key leisure attractions include Prince's Hall, West End Centre, Alpine..
Hampshire\'s friendliest market town, Alton is a delightful and welcoming place and the ideal base for exploring. The surrounding area, home to Jane Austen, is renowned for its tranquil and..
The Borough of Basingstoke and Deane covers an area of over 245 square miles. It is easily accessible by car from junctions 6 and 7 of the M3 motorway.Direct trains run regularly to..
Twelve miles south east of Winchester lies the medieval town of Bishop's Waltham. The bishop of the title was Henry of Blois, brother of King Stephen, who founded Bishop's Waltham Palace in..
Farnborough's main claim to fame is the biennial International Air Show, held on the site of the birthplace of flying and aeronautical research in Britain and exhibits are available to view..
Fleet is situated in the north-east corner of Hampshire, near the M3 motorway and surrounded by small thriving towns and many parishes of unspoiled villages and pretty hamlets.
Unwind in Hamble Valley's inviting countryside and coastline on Hampshire's south coast. Savour thewaterside lifestyle centred around the yachting Mecca of Hamble river and village - take..
Hayling, Havant and Emsworth are a hat-trick of Hampshire delights. They all offer relaxing, traditional breaks.
There are beach huts and beach barbecues, welcoming inns serving up high..
The visitor to this area is always surprised that such astonishingly beautiful, tranquil and unspoilt landscapes can be found just 45 minutes from London.
All this provides a excellent..
The ancient market town of Petersfield, situated in the South Downs and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is an excellent centre for exploring the surrounding..
The Test Valley is one of the best-kept secrets in Hampshire, nestled between Winchester, Salisbury and the New Forest it is only an hours drive from London.The area is characterised by its..
Hampshire offers a rich portfolio of unspoilt countryside, stunning coastlines, historic cities, bustling market towns and some of England's most picturesque villages. Hampshire's..
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