Fareham in Hampshire
How to get there-
If you are about to take a trip out to Fareham in Hampshire for a weekend or day you can easily reach the town by car or train. Located right off the M27 highway and about an hour and a half drive from Portsmouth, Fareham is a pleasant little port city in England’s most southern point. While there isn’t an abundance of things to do in the village, there are one or two activities you may enjoy.
Popular Indoor and Outdoor things to do-
Fareham offers both indoor and outdoor things to do. The most popular tourist hot spots for indoor activities include the Westbury Manor Museum, Ashcrofts Arts Centre, Titchfield haven national nature reserve, Titchfield abbey, and the Whiteley shopping village. Any one of these places will burn up a few hours of your time in Fareham.
Outdoor activities aren’t as abundant with little more than walking tours, a canoe trip or two, and possibly some fishing if you choose.
When it comes to small towns and landmarks, Fareham takes the cake. There are plenty of landmarks to see up-close and personal in Fareham. For example, the extremely popular Royal Armouries in Fort Nelson is just a stone’s throw from Fareham. There you can take a tour of the armouries and learn more about how Britain is guarded.
If you love festivals then come during the summer to experience the Southampton maritime festival in nearby Southampton.
Where to eat and drink nearby-
You can get your grub on by checking out the Greens Restaurant and Bar where award-winning seafood is served up fresh daily. Or if you prefer a little pizzazz in your food, consider the Italian restaurant Prezzo. You can also check out the bar and restaurant Osborne View for some yummy eats.
Come to Fareham if you want to spend a few hours in England’s beautiful south coast.