England’s South Coast has everything you could ask for from sandy beaches, to iconic landmarks, to quaint villages for wandering and exploring. The mesmerizing countryside and panoramic back drops are nothing to miss either.
Not only is England’s South Coast where you will want to go in order to explore Stonehenge, it is also where you will find other attractions such as:
- Breweries and Vineyards – Spend a day touring one of the local breweries or vineyards sampling of a variety of flavors and one of a kind brews or vinos.
- Spinnaker Tower – Marvel at the centerpiece of Portsmouth Harbor while ascending the 170-metre observation tower.
- British Airways i360 – This 162-metre high revolving observation tower is the tallest moving observation tower in the world and provides a 360 degree view of more than 26 miles. While enjoying the views take some time to partake in some of the restaurant fare before making your way back to the ground and your next destination.
The south coast of England has some of England’s best beaches. Take a walk in the sand and surf or have a quiet picnic for two as you relax to the natural sounds of waves, birds, and nature in general. Let the soft breezes whisk away your worries while you saunter along one of the many piers; camp under the stars as you enjoy the sounds of the ocean and roast marshmallows over an open fire, before turning in for the night on soft sand. You may even want to rent a boat and take a gentle sail for the afternoon. All of these are options when you spend a day sea side on England’s south coast.
Spectacularly Diverse Landscape
England’s south coast offers some of the most diverse landscape views around. You will find white sand cliffs, meandering moors, plentiful woodlands, and both traditional villages as well as modern city life.
For the castle lover in your group you will find more castles than you can possibly visit in one short trip along England’s south coast. These castles sit near a variety of terrains from lakeside, to surrounded by woodlands, giving them each their own distinctive feel and appearance.
No coastal trip would be complete without fresh seafood and gourmet culinary delights. In addition to the wonderful seaside fair, you will find a wide selection of traditional country pubs throughout the south coast region of England who offer their own take on the area’s food and traditional dishes.
Why stay in a big chain hotel when you can stay in a holiday cottage for a week? Cottages are the ideal way to experience the south coast and they are a very affordable way to travel. Staying in a cottage provides you with that homey feel with all of the comforts and conveniences of home; and many offer catering services to bring you your meals so that you don’t have to spend your time cooking and cleaning.
Whether it is for a week or a weekend, England’s South Coast has everything you need for a relaxing and inviting trip away.