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A Place of Beauty and Mystery

Located in the south of England, the New Forest is the place where William the Conqueror used to hunt. Today, this beautiful woodland area with the footpaths has interesting flora and fauna.

Explore this exciting park on foot or by bike and you will discover a green paradise with charming villages and rich history. Known as the Royal Forest during the 11th century, the New Forest is home to ponies, cattle, wild deer, frogs, lizards and wild birds.

The picturesque village of Lyndhurst is the capital of New Forest and an elegant place with a variety of shops, restaurants and tea houses. The New Forest Museum, the church of St. Michael and All Angels, and the Queen's House are some of the most important places to see. Lyndhurst Road station is just a 10-minute drive away.

Surrounded by forests, Brockenhurst is another inviting village to visit. Wander around its pleasant neighbourhoods, have a refreshing drink in one of the pubs and admire St Nicolas church, the oldest one in New Forest.

The lovely riverside town of Lymington has a rich sailing tradition featuring two marinas, sailing clubs and a yachting centre. has a variety of hotels and guest houses in the area around New Forest.

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