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Have a Great Holiday with Your Family in Hampshire

  • By Daniel Smith
  • Published 07/4/2012

Are you tired of the mundane regular life and thinking of going on a holiday? A holiday may be one of the best ways of breaking free from the monotony of regular life and the stress that comes along with it. If you have not made up your mind about where to go, here is a tip for you – visit Hampshire!

The southern coast of England is home to the county of Hampshire and this is probably one of the most beautiful places in the United Kingdom. When you talk about Hampshire, you cannot leave out the scenic beauty of this county. Hampshire has got everything including unspoilt beaches, ancient forests, rolling countryside, picture postcard towns and villages. Life in the county of Hampshire is a lot different than the humdrum of city life. Life in Hampshire is rich in diversity and vibrancy. From fisheries and farming to shopping and sailing, you will get everything here.

If you are thinking about accommodation and entertainment, Hampshire is also home to many of the award winning restaurants, pubs, hotels and guest houses. For shopaholics, there are a numerous shopping centres and boutiques where you can take a shopping trip and get some retail therapy! If you are looking for days out in the south, you must give Hampshire a thought. Here you can get a “home away from home” atmosphere with the excitement of the new.

Hampshire has a lot to offer its visitors and is just waiting to be explored. Once in Hampshire, you will be offered a wealth of attractions and activities. There is something for everyone. Whether you like to stroll around splendid gardens, explore ancient forests, have fun by the seashore or visit sites with historical value, you will get it all in this beautiful county.

If you are visiting Hampshire with family and kids, you must know that you will be flooded with choices as far as Hampshire days out for kids are concerned. There are several places in Hampshire that you must visit with your child. Some of these tourist spots are:

The Blue Reef Aquarium: If you are an admirer of sea life and a big fan of aquariums, you must visit the Blue Reef Aquarium, which is an exciting addition in the new generations of aquariums. The Blue Reef Aquarium aims at inspiring much deeper appreciation and understanding of the natural world. Here you will get to see all the fantastic and exciting creatures that live in the oceans and seas. You will be mesmerised seeing what surprises the sea life holds for you. It is an experience that no one forgets and that is why it is worth it!

Hawk Conservancy Trust: If you love nature and are fascinated by the birds of prey, you must visit the Hawk Conservancy Trust. This is an award winning conservation charity and visitor centre. The Hawk Conservancy Trust has worked for many years in the fields of education, conservation as well as rehabilitation and research of the raptorial birds. From the midget Pygmy Owl to the spectacular Steller’s Sea Eagles, there are more than 150 species of the raptorial birds in the 22 acres of wildflower meadow and woodland, known as Hawk Conservancy Trust.

Author Bio: Steven Hayes is an experienced writer and UK traveller who enjoys sharing his experiences and tips on travel, tourism and adventure in the UK. He can give you useful tips on days out in the south.



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