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South East Destinations

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Discover South East England, with its 400 miles of stunning coastline, rich history and heritage and acres of natural beauty.  Explore the wine capital of the UK with the chance to wander through the vines, enjoy a tour and tasting experience.  Taste your way round the South East, with a host of opportunities to enjoy regional specialities, locally made produce and some great places to eat both indoor and out.  Dive into a place with royal, literary and film connections aplenty, vibrant cities, bustling towns, and quaint villages, all awaiting to be explored. Love South East England

Whether you're a regular visitor to the South East, looking for somewhere new to discover, or you live here and are just looking for some new places to visit, then the links below will help you discover more about the 24 destinations that make up the South East region. 

If you're visiting on holiday for the first time, we know you are sure to find something here in the South to suit your budget, your interest and your mood, and you can use the links below to drill down and discover those hidden gems awaiting you on your next South East adventure. 

With 24 destinations just a stone throw from London, the South East offers the chance to head to the seaside, enjoy beautiful countryside, and escape the hustle and bustle of the capital city, it's all just a short hop away.  


  1. Brighton
    Whether you're looking for accommodation or information on Brighton attractions, culture or what's on, you'll find the latest tourism information for Brighton & Hove just one click away on the official Brighton tourist information site
  2. Windsor & Maidenhead
    Combining over 1,000 years of history with contemporary shopping & fine dining, weekend home to the Royal Family, it is crowned by the stunning Windsor Castle and linked by the beautiful River Thames.
  3. Hampshire
    A county offering the perfect blend of coast, city and countryside. Home to two National Parks, the three cities of Portsmouth, Southampton and Winchester and iconic attractions like Highclere Castle (Downton Abbey) and Beaulieu Motor Museum. There is so much to do in Hampshire.
  4. 1066 Country
    1066 County's official website for tourism and travel information. Not far from the capital, on England’s south coast, is 1066 Country. From earliest times to today it has been a place of creativity and escape
  5. Eastbourne
    Stroll along three miles of pristine palm-lined promenade or take in a show at the elegant art-deco inspired Bandstand. Explore the iconic Victorian Pier or the breath-taking beauty of the coastal landmarks at Beachy Head and along the Heritage Coastline to the world-famous Seven Sisters.
  6. Southampton
    If you're looking for what to do in Southampton, a short break in this Hampshire City means time for serious shopping in the West Quay Shopping Centre or exploring the cities history with links to the Titanic and Mayflower. This is the cruise capital of the UK.
  7. Special offers
    Make the most of your next trip to South East England. Every penny counts when you are planning a day out, short break or holiday. Take advantage of the great range of special offers, discounts and special packages below to ensure your pennies to stretch a little be further.
  8. Dover
    Known as the ‘Gateway to England’, Dover in White Cliffs Country, Kent is an active, adventurous and authentic English town. From fascinating history and heritage to beautiful countryside and fantastic coastal views – there is plenty to discover and explore!
  9. Portsmouth
    Located on England's South Coast, this historic city has a proud Naval and maritime past. With miles of waterfront and open spaces to enjoy, it is the UK's only island city, with some thing for everyone.
  10. Isle of Wight
    Pack up the family and embark on your voyage of discovery on the Isle of Wight. Just a short hop and a skip across the Solent and you’ll discover an island paradise, waiting you on the other side.

Winter may not be the time you naturally think of heading away for a short break or staycation, but nothing has been normal about this year.  So why not book a weekend break to the beautiful South East countryside and wrap up, head out and enjoy the changing of the seasons, the misty mornings and wonderful winter sunsets.  Don't worry if the weather is not so good,  there are many great indoor attractions and places to visit that mean you still get out but can keep warm and dry.   

Take a look below for help inspiration on visiting the South East this winter.