Sunday: We depart during the morning and travel south via the motorways arriving at
our hotel for five nights dinner bed and breakfast
Monday: We take the short journey to Poole, famed for its large natural harbour,
claimed to be the second largest in the world. During the second world war the town was
one of the central departing points for the D-Day landings. We continue on to the small
seaside town of Swanage. Swanage is also the first town at the eastern end of the Jurassic
Coast, England’s first world heritage site. The town has a wide range of tourist attractions,
The Steam Railway, Durlston Country Park and Victorian Pier, built in 1896.
Tuesday: Free day in Bournemouth.
Wednesday: Full day tour to Salisbury. Salisbury’s history dates back to the Iron Age,
but it is best known for having the tallest cathedral spire in England along with a well
preserved medieval town with many wooden buildings. We return via the New Forest
Step back in time and discover the charm and natural beauty of this unique destination.
The New Forest became a national park in 2005 and was once a royal hunting ground for
William the Conqueror. It is made up of vast tracts of unspoilt woodland, heathland and
river valleys. Today deer, ponies and cattle continue to roam free in its ancient heaths and
Thursday: Free day in Bournemouth.
Friday: Sadly after breakfast we bid farewell to Bournemouth and begin our journey