There are many quaint and picturesque villages dotted across the county, that may have flown under your radar.
With cobbled streets, country pubs and beautiful views, this area of the South East is one of the most ideal places to live.
Now that lockdown restrictions have been eased, a visit to these wonderful towns and villages would be a perfect way to spend a weekend away from the hustle and bustle of Hampshire’s busy cities.
We have put together a list of nine most beautiful locations in Hampshire that are sure to make you want to relocate.
Make sure to check out all pictures within this gallery to see what the county has to offer.
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Selborne is village that is full of history and famed for its connection with the 18th century literary naturalist, Gilbert White. His book, The Natural History of Selborne, included his own observations on local wildlife and plants, and it has been continuously in print since 1789. Selborne has its own museum, historic church that is on site of an original Anglo-Saxon church and a beautiful village green.
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6. East Meon
This village is surrounded by the South Downs National Park, so it boasts beauty and winding roads. East Meon is also home to the River Meon, that runs alongside the village street.
Droxford is also inside the South Downs National Park and is centred around the restored 13th and 14th century village church. There are many farms and homes that stretch into the surrounding countryside and two village pubs for thirsty visitors.
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Buriton is popular with dog-walkers, cyclists and those who love a Sunday stroll. This village has many gorgeous pubs that are perfect for lunch as you take in everything Buriton has to offer.