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Cowes Isle of Wight Cowes is one of the Island's major towns, famous for its yachting events.
Fareham Hampshire Fareham is a bustling little town , which benefits from a good commercial position on the main A27 & M27 thoroughfares between Portsmouth and Southampton.
Gosport Hampshire Across Portsmouth Harbour situated on a peninsula , a short ferry trip away, is Gosport , home of the Submariners.
Portsmouth Hampshire This great seafaring town became a city in 1927. It has always been associated with the Royal Navy.
Ryde Isle of Wight On the North eastern coast of the Island, Ryde has been one of the Island's most important towns since the 15th Century.
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Beaulieu Hampshire Beaulieu was "Bellus Locus" the beautiful place; a charming village situated among the woods and hills on the Beaulieu River.
Brockenhurst Hampshire In the heart of the New Forest, this large village is amidst some of the loveliest land in the area.The forest ponies wander at will here, unafraid of the visitors and even straying into local shops.
Buckler's Hard Hampshire The area is kept free of cars and presents a peaceful rural scene today. Buckler's Hard was the shipyard which built many of the men-of-war for Nelson's fleet.
Burley Hampshire Burley is an attractive village set high above the river Avon amid the bleak and gaunt heathlands of the western New Forest.
Eling Hampshire The Saxon village of Eling, on a little tidal creek of Southampton Water was a shipbuilding village until the end of the 19th century.
Exbury Hampshire This village opposite Buckler's Hard on the Beaulieu River is renowned for its magnificent gardens featuring rhododendrons bred by Lionel de Rothschild.
Godshill Isle of Wight So pretty that it is probably one of the most visited villages on the Isle of Wight.
Lyme Regis Dorset Lyme Regis is one of the prettiest little towns in Dorset.It is particularly famous for its very attractive medieval style.
Lymington Hampshire A lively yachting and sailing town at the mouth of the Lymington River. The streets still retain the flavour of an old harbour town with Georgian and Victorian cottages houses and shops.
Lyndhurst Hampshire In the heart of the New Forest, Lyndhurst is surrounded by both heath and Forest. It is now home to the New Forest Museum and Visitors Centre .
Ringwood Hampshire On the River Avon, Ringwood is a pleasant and busy historic town. It has always been the New Forest's market town where modern and Georgian houses blend harmoniously.
Rockbourne Hampshire The village of Rockbourne, on the high chalklands west of the New Forest, is one of Hampshire's prettiest villages, nestling beside a stream in a valley. But its fame rests on the Roman Villa discovered by a farmer in 1942.
Ventnor Isle of Wight A charming seaside resort with breathtaking views over the sea and a very pleasant esplanade.
Yarmouth Isle of Wight Situated at the mouth of the river Yar, as its name suggests, Yarmouth is full of history.
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