We have scoured the county over the past couple of years looking for the most wonderful activities to take part in around the county of Hampshire. We now have over 220 experiences to choose from, so we thought it might be helpful if we gathered some of our favourites for you.
Click on the image or the links below to find out more details about the experiences we love near to the places you might be visiting, or indeed might live near to.
We've suggestions for Winchester, Stockbridge, Southampton and Portsmouth, as well as a number of other Hampshire towns and villages.
A quintessential Hampshire market town, Stockbridge situated towards the west of the county is well worth a visit. Packed full of independent shops, restaurants and cafes along its main street, it draws visitors who also enjoy the local river walks.
England's ancient capital, Winchester is regularly voted one of the best places to live in the UK. Situated right in the centre of Hampshire, the city makes a perfect base from which to explore the county.
One of Hampshire's prettiest market towns, Alresford is most well known for its watercress production. In fact, the town hosts an annual festival to celebrate watercress in all its forms!
The delightful town of Whitchurch, nestled in the heart of Hampshire, England is known for its rich heritage, stunning landscapes, and unique attractions, Whitchurch offers a memorable experience for visitors of all ages and interests.
Walking distance from the centre of Winchester, Twyford is a pretty village with a well stocked shop, a bistro, with indoor and outdoor seating areas and 2 great pubs.
This ancient market town sits in the centre of the county and makes for a great base from which to explore. It is well served with shops and restaurants.
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