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These are the best places and experiences on the south coast according to Lonely Planet 2019

The south coast of England has an infinite amount of incredible things to experience, sights to see and things to do, and knowing where to start can be intimidating.

If you’re gearing up to tackle the best that the UK has to offer, travel guide Lonely Planet has ranked the 500 “unmissable experiences and hidden gems” across the UK for the ultimate UK travel guide, and this is the best of the best in the south coast.

You may not think Hampshire would be the home to amazing wine, and you'd be wrong. Educate yourself with vineyard tours and taste the award winning wines made in Hampshire

5. Uncork the little known world of Hampshire wine

You may not think Hampshire would be the home to amazing wine, and you'd be wrong. Educate yourself with vineyard tours and taste the award winning wines made in Hampshire
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Travel to the heart of the English countryside thanks to steam travel from yesterday. Enjoy life at a slower pace and explore each of the four period stations you'll encounter along the 10 mile route

6. Ride elegantly on the Watercress Line in Hampshire

Travel to the heart of the English countryside thanks to steam travel from yesterday. Enjoy life at a slower pace and explore each of the four period stations you'll encounter along the 10 mile route
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Why not explore Kingston Lacy and everything it has to offer, like the largest private collection of ancient Egyptian artefacts in the UK

7. Play lord of the manor at Dorsets Kingston Lacy

Why not explore Kingston Lacy and everything it has to offer, like the largest private collection of ancient Egyptian artefacts in the UK
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Durdle Door for those who don't know is a natural limestone arch situated on the Jurassic Coast - it's one of Dorset's most photographed and iconic landmarks

8. Wild swim under Durdle Door

Durdle Door for those who don't know is a natural limestone arch situated on the Jurassic Coast - it's one of Dorset's most photographed and iconic landmarks
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