Horton Tower

Said to have once been the tallest non-religious building in Britain, Horton Tower is a classic example of a folly – monuments built by rich eccentrics with no obvious purpose.


Isle of Purbeck

Although not a true island, the Isle of Purbeck is surrounded by water on 3 sides and boasts some of the best sea views, coastal walks and stunning scenery in the south of England.


Corfe Castle

One of Britain’s most majestic ruins and once a controlling gateway through the Purbecks, Corfe Castle boasts breathtaking views and several walks.


Wareham Town & River

Ancient town and former royal borough, the charming market town of Wareham is a veritable delight at any time of year. Between the rivers Frome and Piddle, the river is an attractive gateway to the Purbecks.


New Forest

From wild ponies, country walks and cycle routes to quaint villages, tea-rooms and country pubs, there’s something for everyone in the New Forest.

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