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The UK’s stunning southern coastline is as varied as it is beautiful. A majestic maritime port, the epic Jurassic heritage Coast and the spectacular New Forest Show have all made it into our top ten things to see and do during your next visit to the UK:

Jurassic Coast

Step back over 185 million years and uncover the remains of dinosaurs and all manner of ancient creatures. Stretching from East Devon to Purbeck, Portland Bill, Durdle Door and Chesil Beach are well worth a visit. You may even find a fossil of your own!

Tank Museum Bovington

Discover the World’s biggest collection of tanks, from many different wars and eras, as well as explosive live displays.

Studland Beach

Studland Beach offers a breathtaking panoramic view from the Isle of Wight, to Bournemouth Bay, to Old Harry Rocks and the Purbecks.

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

This popular attraction is home to Lord Nelson’s Victory, HMS Warrior, the first iron-hulled warship, a newly-revamped museum dedicated to Henry VIII’s flagship, the Mary Rose and lots more...

Brownsea Island

Situated in the middle of Poole Harbour, Brownsea Island is one of the UK’s rare homes for red squirrels and many other wildlife species.

Mayflower Theatre

Treat yourself to a theatre show at the South Coast’s biggest theatre, featuring a mixture of spectacular touring productions.

Stonehenge

Just a short drive inland from the coast, this World Heritage Site is over 3000 years old and has withstood the rigours of time.

Monkey World

Set up in 1987 as a home for abused chimpanzees in Spain, it has grown into a sanctuary for endangered and neglected primates from all over the world.

New Forest National Park

The original hunting ground of William the Conqueror, the forest is ideal for cycling, horseriding or a scenic walk while ponies, cattle and donkeys roam freely.