Christchurch a historic town dating back to Norman times, is situated where two delightful rivers, the Avon and the Stour meet.
The famous Priory and historical quarter is close to the high street that boasts a traditional weekly Farmers Market, dating back to 1149.
Many unique shops, time-honoured English pubs and fabulous places to wine and dine can be found hidden down a cobble side street.
There is also a little harbour, providing protected wildlife refuge and is home to large populations of swans, waders and other bird life.
With relaxing boat rides and charming walks along the river, your bound to spot some amazing wildlife.
Visitors can cross the protected salt marsh to the sandbar at the mouth of the river, where old fashioned beach huts are situated on the lovely sandy beach. Great views of the Isle of Wight can be seen from here.
Christchurch is located on the edge of the New Forest National Park, famous for its wild ponies and traditional English Countryside.
Nearby are numerous places of interest to explore, including Mudeford Quay, well known for its lobster pots, and picturesque fishermen’s cottages, some of which boast smuggling pasts.
If you are looking for a quiet, tranquil place to visit, then Christchurch is a must. Visit our Activities, Hotels, Restaurants and Bars pages for further information.