Where to See In The South of England

The South of England is one of the favourite spot in the UK to explore more because of the perfect weather and the proximity to London and also because it’s very gorgeous and there’s just more than enough to take part. From the very famous date in English history at the famous Battle of Abbey to Dover Castle’s darkly atmospheric secret wartime to the rich English heritage in South East offers great places to visit. Southwest of England is the home to England most fascinating spots. There are so many great things to see and do in the south. Some counties like Dorset, Cornwall, Devon maintain a feeling tranquillity and remoteness that makes them popular holiday destination. The Southwestern part of the country, you can see how the historic Roman bathed in Bath, and discover the delights of Devonshire cream tea and venture to the wild western reaches of Cornwall out of the subtropical seafood and gardens. Here are the some of the famous destinations in the South of England.


The Bath has more museums located in a square mile than any other English city; you can choose from No 1 Royal Crescent, the Fashion Museum or the Holburne Museum. The Romans took full advantage of the natural hot springs by constructing the majestic Roman Baths, now regarded as UNESCO heritage site. You will get to have an experience of the mineral-rich water yourself at the Thermae Bath Spa. You shouldn’t miss the essential views from the rooftop pool. The City’s Georgian architecture appreciated on foot. You can also take the tour to the historic Theatre Royal and Bath Abbey. The bath is a must be if you a huge fan of Jane Austen as there is an annual Jane Austen festival happening in September.


The Dover Castle is one of the most iconic of all the English fortresses commanding the great gateway to the realm of the ninetieth century. You can climb the Great Tower, immerse yourself in the medieval interiors and meet the characters. Dive into the Dover’s White Cliffs to enjoy the drama in the Secret Tunnels of the Wartime. You also get to roam from centuries of history from the Romans to the Cold War. A day at the Dover Castle promises to be an action-packed day. Beneath the Dover castle is another fascinating area, the tunnels. The multi-level labyrinth divided into soft white chalk built to contain up to 2000 troops during the Napoleonic Wars.

Dover Castle


The falconry gives you an opportunity to experience your raptor day. The falconry allows up to 6 adults to experience a half or an entire day with stunning birds of prey around the grounds of Herstmonceux castle. At East Sussex Falconry you get to fly flacons, Hawks, and Owl. The Falconry can be a very good and perfect gift for family and friends. They also offer Falconry experiences, Falconry course, Hawking day, Owl experience day, Bird of prey displays among others.