We have put together a few tours to discover southern England on a holiday:
Tour 1 – South of England in a glance
This tour is a comprehensive entry-level tour to discover as much of southern England as possible. It runs through almost all of southern England from East Sussex to Cornwall and offers a first-class view of this beautiful country.
Tour 2 -The West of Southern England
The south-west is much more than Cornwall. Here we visit Devon, Dorset, Somerset and Hampshire with beautiful coastal towns, impressive towns and mansions and devote a lot of time to the two moors – the Dartmoor and the Exmoor.
Tour 3 – The East of Southern England
The south-east is, of course, mainly Kent, the “Garden of England” and East & West Sussex. It is the region of the most magnificent gardens and the variety of mansions due to its proximity to London. But it’s also glamorous seaside resorts like Brighton and Eastbourne, or medieval places like Rye, that have a great appeal.
Tour 4 – The Isle of Wight and the New Forest
This is a tour for advanced riders – we don’t recommend it as the first tour in the south of England. For a whole week we go to the offshore sunny island “Isle of Wight” (near Portsmouth or Southampton) and then into the wonderful landscape of the New Forest (an ancient forest).
Tour 5 – Cornwall
For many tourists, Cornwall is the epitome of southern England. It is a very special part of the country with a magnificent landscape and delightful coastal towns.
The Achitektur Conwall is peculiar, so is its history. Even the once extinct Cornish language is brought back to life. So it is a visit between yesterday and today with a lot of tradition and history, some tourist hot spots and many very quiet corners. Definitely an area for individualists and self-discoverers!
Tour 6 – The Cotswolds
Another tour for multi-explorers: The Cotswolds are often referred to as the “heart of England” – a hilly landscape with very lovely small towns that runs from southwest to north-east through six counties.
Each of these tours is attached as a map with the most important places.
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