Holiday Brochures and Tourist Information for Hampshire


Gosport & Lee on Solent Holiday Brochure

With its 24 miles of waterfront, scenic walks and fantastic viewing points across Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight, Gosport is the ideal location on the South Coast for a great day out or longer visit.

Portsmouth Holiday Brochure

Visit Portsmouth, home to spectacular events, a spectacular waterfront and cultural offer, fabulous designer outlet shopping and world class attractions including the new D-Day Story museum opening Spring 2018, Emirates Spinnaker Tower and Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.'

Southampton Holiday Brochure

Known as the cruise capital of Europe, Southampton plays host to over four million visitors a year and boasts an impressive cultural offering, from museums, music venues and art galleries, to award winning parks and the general hustle and bustle of a diverse city with fantastic shopping facilities.

Winchester Holiday Brochure

Winchester is a vibrant heritage destination just an hour south west of London, with world class attractions and architecture including a magnificent Cathedral, award-winning pubs and restaurants and a tempting array of independent shops. This culturally rich medieval city is surrounded by idyllic Hampshire villages and the fabulous rolling countryside of the South Downs National Park.


It's just waiting to be discovered and offers a wealth of activities and attractions for everyone to appreciate, whether you like strolling around glorious gardens, exploring ancient forests, having fun by the coast or visiting historic sites. Enjoy the 'home from home' atmosphere that greets you throughout the county including our award-winning restaurants, pubs and cafés. Or take off on a shopping trip to our many boutiques or major shopping centres where you can hunt down some treasures of your own.


A city surrounded by the sea, Portsmouth's history is strongly linked with the Royal Navy. The city houses some superb military and maritime museums including Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, the D-Day Museum and Overlord Embroidery,and the Royal Marines Museum. And for some of the best views of Portsmouth, don't miss the Royal Armouries Fort Nelson on Portsdown Hill near Fareham.

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The New Forest

It became a national park in 2005 and was once a royal hunting ground for William the Conqueror. Today deer, ponies and cattle continue to roam free in its ancient heaths and woodland.

Clear rivers and shady groves provide tranquillity and a car-free haven for walking, cycling and horseriding. There are plenty of opportunities to hire a bike if you're coming from afar.

Take a stroll around the quaint traditional villages, explore the dusty antique shops or enjoy a pint of locally brewed cider or beer in one of our many friendly pubs.


Bitesize Britain allows you to order free holiday brochures featuring Hampshire tourist information, things to do and see and places to stay – accommodation mostly inspected and graded by the Hampshire tourist board or similar organisation.