QUOTE & BOOK
Escape the confines of the car and enjoy clean air, heading out on foot, bicycle or even horseback! All year round there are guided walks where you can learn about local history, wildlife, geology and folklore. Or, go off the beaten track and explore solo.
Portsmouth’s dockyards are home to the Royal Naval Museum and three famous warships - Lord Nelson’s HMS Victory, Henry VIII’s favourite warship the Mary Rose, and the first iron hulled armoured battleship HMS Warrior.
A 170 metre tall visitor attraction with breathtaking 350º panoramic views of Portsmouth Harbour, the South coast and Isle of Wight. Taller than the London Eye, Blackpool Tower and Big Ben, it has become an icon of the south.
Voted Visitor Attraction of the year by Tourism South East. Gaze at sea life ranging from local marine species to hundreds of tropical fish housed in the huge ocean display complete with underwater tunnel.
This boutique hotel resides in one of central Winchester’s most important buildings dating back to the 17th century. Relax in the intimate, shabby-chic French styled bistro whilst dining on the finest produce Hampshire has to offer. There is an impressive selection of fine wines.
The only Indian restaurant and bar in the Marina, Bombay Bay combines spectacular views with a memorable menu and decor. Dine inside or enjoy the views from the outdoor patio. The highly trained chefs prepare both new and traditional dishes.
Enjoy the cosmopolitan vibe of the White Star. The brasserie style menu offers fresh, locally sourced ingredients in their classic British dishes. Diners can eat in the contemporary restaurant or spacious bar area and boutique accommodation is also available upstairs.
Hampshire Tourist Information