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113 Things To See And Do In Southern Britain

Bournemouth, Brighton, Brighton Beaches, Brighton Festival, Brixham, Buckfastleigh, Buckland In The Moor, Chagford, Clovelly, Compton Castle, Cornish Food, Cycling In Dartmoor, Dartington, Dartmouth Castle, Dartmoor National Park, Dartmoor Ponies, Exeter, Fishing In Newquay, Glendurgan Garden, Gosport, Great Steam Train Rides, Hayling Island, Isles Of Scilly In Cornwall, Isle Of Wight, Kents Cavern, Kingswear Castle, Lands End, Launceston Castle, Living Coasts, Marazion, Morwellham Quay Historic Port, Farm and Copper Mine, Mousehole, Mullion Cove Beach and then of course there is even more.

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Cornwall.

Things To Do:

The UK's Longest Zip Wire

Hovercraft Flying School

Kartworld

Quarry Jumping - the UK's Highest Supervised Jump

Coasteering and wild swimming featuring The Tombstone

Anthony House

Anthony House is located in Torpoint and is a classically beautiful house. It is the home of the Carew Pole family and contains beautiful collections of paintings, furniture and textiles.

Things To See:

Formal garden with topiary

A knot garden

Modern sculptures

National Collection of Daylilies

Woodland Garden

Babbacombe Beach

This beach has a nice harbour and seaside area and is covered by steep hills which offer excellent views.

Babbacombe Model Village

This is a miniature village containing thousands of buildings.

Berry Pomeroy Castle

The haunted castle is about 2 two miles east of Totnes. It was the former dwelling of the Seymour and Pomeroy