Beautiful for a day trip, it is best to go in summer when the weather is warm. You start in Christchurch, seeing the small but pleasant city, then catch a couple of ferries, which will take you to Mudeford Quay. You can walk along the
This Museum is in an aircraft hangar on the edge of Bournemouth Airport. It has one of the biggest collections in aviation in the world. It has enthusiastic volunteers working, and they offer a tour through the history of aircraft.
Boscombe pier is a kind of dock, gazebo that is 300 or 400 meters from the ocean on the beach in the city of Bournemouth Boscombe. It is a beautiful place to relax. What I've always been in love with is the composition of ocean and
Objects and artifacts of all kinds, as well as furniture. It has a cafeteria. Temporary exhibitions. The place itself is an old house, luxury decorated, with large glass windows, and a floral garden of dreams, where you can rest
Here, you can explore the secrets of the ocean and see sea creatures from all waters of the world face to face. The Oceanarium offers a unique experience as it is also interactive. It has touch screens, demonstrations, a chance to see
Bournemouth's beaches are filled with youth in summer. Thousands of young people come here, I wait to see topless. The water is calm and safe. Various water sports such as jet skiing. The length of the beach remains, has not been
Brownsea Castle is a sixteenth century residence located on Brownsea Island in Poole Harbour, southern England. This castle was established in the mid-sixteenth century by King Henry VIII who wanted to protect this place, which is a
The coastal town of Poole is really charming, with pretty little streets that you can take to walk to the port, a long beautiful space where you can go for a swim or just relax and watch the sunset. There are endless forests and
Close to Swanage, Poole and Bournemouth, so you can walk or ride a bicycle. The weather was windy, but doesn't matter if you see this!
It wasn't easy to find a path when I was there by bike, but it is not impossible. There is car
Poole Bay is a large natural harbor, and is one of the major points of maritime entry of the United Kingdom. It is located in the county of Dorset at the southern tip of England, sitting on the English Channel. The natural harbor of
The best way to get to Swanage is to take the direct National Express bus from London's Victoria Coach Station. It departs daily at 18:30 and reaches Swanage at 21:45. Stay in one of the many hotels, and in the morning, enjoy a walk
"Nine Barrow Down" is an elongated hill that makes the northern ridge of the Purbeck Hills on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset, England. Chalk is part of the Southern England Chalk Formation. On the crest of Nine Down Neighborhoods is a
This is a varied museum, exhibiting cars from F1 cars to cars from famous movies like Mister Bean, Harry Potter and Back to the Future. Motorbikes and trucks are also on display. There is a walk in a kind of car for the museum that
The historic Purbeck line connects with Swanage Corfe Casltle. There are trains every hour, each one renovated by the people themselves. The last train leaves Corfe Castle Swanage at 17.15 and you will be in Swanage in half an hour.
Like most places along the Dorset coast, Seacombe offers the best photography in the winter months when the sun rises over the sea. This is a circular walk taking in the path of the southwest coast of Winspit to Seacombe. Allow
The route is drawn by the 2,830 acres of park that are also used as a training area for the British army, and it is open all weekend for the public to go hiking. So it really becomes a most peculiar walk. Among the admirers of nature
I love the cities that keep at least some of the original walls that surround the city from the Middle Ages. I found a fantastic choice in the south of England that retains approximately 60% of the wall. I found it in Southampton,
This island was truly an island of pirates. Today, since it is a tourist attraction, there are "cottages", its breathtaking scenery, hiking trails, enviable houses, beaches, pubs, and also the occasional ghost story ...
Approaching Warbarrow Bay along the road from the abandoned village of Tynehamis a dramatic experience. As you approach the bay, the sound of waves crashing on the beach gets stronger and louder until, finally, you are there. The bay
In 2010, as in Bath or Chester, dragons were decorated before being auctioned for charity. The dragon is an icon of Wales, and 60 dragons were decorated by artists, with 50 by children from different schools in the region.
Located on a vast expanse of grass which gives an added feeling of solemnity, this is one of the most impressive cathedrals I have ever visited. Outside is the tower, which is the highest in England, inside, opposite the entrance next
These are the old quarters of Salisbury. During the Middle Ages, the city was divided into these zones, each of which was administered by a merchant or an important noble. The only Close that did not belong to a particular family was
If you're interested in military history, this small museum in Salisbury is the place for you! The museum is actually quite small, but it's very interesting, and the gardens outside, with a giant tree in the middle of the lawn, are
From this part of the city, a bus takes you to the ruins of Stonehenge. Though that is not the only thing you can do. The city is also known for its beautiful cathedral. Around it you can walk along the oldest part of the city where
Although most visitors to Salisbury head straight to the Cathedral, there is another great little gem in the city, the hidden Church of St Thomas and St Edmunds, known simply as St Thomas. It is a well-preserved twelfth century church
This pub is a short walk from the Market Place in Salisbury. It has everything it takes to be called perfect: traditional beers, a lot of real ale and great food. Food prices are not exactly a bargain, but it's still a good place to
Salisbury is a town that runs along the River Avon. You can walk for miles and miles along the river, from the center of the town to completely open countryside. The Riverside Walk really is wonderful, and you could easily walk along
This market is held on Tuesday and Saturday in the Market Square, right in the center of the city. You can get great deals here, mostly on the food which is really good and really cheap! The market takes place in the morning,
Past the last houses of the village of Lulworth, the street leads to this magnificent natural harbor and beach. The beach is pebbly and although I may not choose to spend the whole day that doesn't mean it is without charm and I think
The famous Titanic left from Southampton in southern England, and today cruise ships still call here. You can catch the ferry to the Isle of Wight. There are a few kiosks selling food, and a Starbucks. The summer is the best place to
Don't miss the opportunity to walk along Weymouth and the Dorset coast, seeing the natural arches, the amazing views, and the beautiful color of the water. I suggest a visit at sunset. Be sure to bring some warm clothing (it's often
About 3 miles from Salisbury are the ruins of Old Sarum. This site is the home of the city of Salisbury. It was first inhabited in the Neolithic area, then by the Romans, and later by the Saxons. The site is located on a small hill
Some amazing cliffs bordering this path extends 13 km west of what is now Durdle Door beach. This tour is very charming; it is uphill and downhill with green meadows of grass. The cliffs overlook a choppy English Channel that provide
This beach is famous for its rock formations and its arch appears in all photos for Dorset tourism. But it really is worth it. The beach is beautiful, and I found it very quiet. Access is not easy because you have to go up or down
Usually when you think of the English countryside, you imagine the beautiful Cotswalds or some village in Somerset. Here, however, we are not far from Salisbury. The Woodfords are a series of small villages very close to the area of
"Thomas Hardy Cottage" is the birthplace of Thomas Hardy, the English poet and writer of the second half of the nineteenth century. His novels were usually set in the south-west of England, including his best-known works, "Tess of the
It is said that this is the location of King Arthur's round table. As you can see from the picture, it is hung on the wall. Honestly, I wasn't very impressed and I didn't think it was that beautiful. I found this place unique, but as
The HMS Warrior is one of the British Navy's historic vessels, and right now it's anchored in the port of Portsmouth, in what is considered to be the Historic Dockyard. The ship was launched in 1860 and, at that time, it was one of
The HMS Victory is one of the historic vessels that can be visited in Portsmouth harbour in what is considered its Historic Dockyard. The boat is symbolic because it was part of the British navy, under the command of Admiral Nelson,
The Spinnaker Tower has become a symbol of the city of Portsmouth in just a few years. Its preview for 2000 was completed in 2005 but, since then, it has continued to attract visitors who are interested in the spectacular views from
The Mary Rose Museum finally opened its doors to visitors last year. Built just a few steps away from Nelson's flagship, HMS Victory, this museum has futuristic architecture reminiscent of a ship. Inside you can see the hull of the
If you're spending time in Portsmouth, be sure to devote a few hours to this area, where you can see ships in perfect condition. They include HMS Warrior, a real warship dating back to 1860, and Admiral Nelson's own HMS Victory, the
This great Cathedral is one of the main tourist attractions of the city of Winchester. There is a small entrance fee. It is spectacular. Built with stones and wood. In its surroundings there are attractive gardens.