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  1. Poole

  2. Wimborne Minster

    Wimbourne is a small town in Dorset, England. The Minster, which is a beautiful large church, has existed for over 1300 years and is recognised for its unusual chained library (one of only four surviving chained libraries in the world).

  3. Corfe Castle

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  4. Bournemouth

    Bournemouth is a seaside resort town in the county of Dorset on the south coast of England. Bournemouth is known for its popularity with pensioners and has many residential care homes due to its constant and warm weather (by English terms).

  5. Swanage

  6. Wareham (England)
  7. Christchurch (England)

    Christchurch is a town in Dorset, famed for its millennium-old Priory,of which the town derives its name from.

  8. Blandford Forum

    Blandford Forum is a town in Dorset. The town is noted for its Georgian architecture

  9. Lulworth

    Lulworth is an area in Dorset. It consists of the villages of West Lulworth and East Lulworth.

  10. Burley (England)
  11. Dorset

    Dorset is a county on the south coast of England, in the West Country.

  12. Shaftesbury

    Shaftesbury is a historic hill top town in northern Dorset, southern England.

  13. Salisbury (England)

    Salisbury is a cathedral city in the English county of Wiltshire, in the heart of the West Country.

  14. Brockenhurst
  15. Gillingham (Dorset)

    Gillingham is the most northerly town in Dorset on the edge of the Blackmore Vale.

  16. New Forest
  17. Lyndhurst
  18. Lymington
  19. Dorchester

    Dorchester is the County Town of Dorset. A market town with an undoubtedly long history, Dorchester has connections to Thomas Hardy, the Tolpuddle Martyrs and Roman Britain, and today features a wide range of visitor attractions, independent retailers and eateries.

  20. Isle of Portland
  21. Yarmouth (England)

    Yarmouth is an attractive little town at the western tip of the Isle of Wight, just offshore of the South East of England.

  22. Weymouth

    Weymouth is a town in Dorset, a county on the south coast of the West Country, in England.

  23. Warminster

    Warminster is a delightful market town with a friendly population of approx 18,000 persons. The town has many interesting buildings, nearly all of which owe their existence to Warminster's great fame as a successful corn market for several centuries.

  24. Beaulieu

    Beaulieu (pronounced "byoo-lee", rather than the French way) is a handsome village in the New Forest, very popular with visitors.

  25. Wincanton

    Wincanton is a town in Somerset. Midway between Alfred's Tower and Glastonbury Tor

  26. Romsey
  27. Sherborne
  28. Hythe (Hampshire)
  29. Southampton
  30. Abbotsbury

    Abbotsbury is a village situated in West Dorset in the West Country of England.

  31. Devizes
  32. Trowbridge

    Trowbridge is the county town of Wiltshire in the West Country of England.

  33. Pewsey

    Pewsey is a large village in the county of Wiltshire, England. It is approximately 130km (80 miles) west of London.

  34. Melksham

    Melksham is a small town in Wiltshire. It is not most people's idea of a tourist destination.

  35. Eastleigh

    Eastleigh is a town in the south of England that sits between Winchester and Southampton. The town has a long history associated with the railways, being the site of a large railway works that at one time was the major employer in the area.

  36. Yeovil

    Yeovil is a town in Somerset. The helicopter manufacturer AugustaWestland is the major local industry.

  37. Bradford on Avon
  38. Cowes

    Cowes is a town on the Isle of Wight in southern England. It is a lovely beach and a wonderful place to visit if you are on holiday to the Isle of Wight.

  39. Newport (Isle of Wight)

    Newport is the county town (administrative centre) of the Isle of Wight. It is in the centre of the island on the River Medina.

  40. Andover (England)
  41. Isle of Wight

    The Isle of Wight is an island and county five miles off the southern coast of England. It is easily and quickly accessible by multiple sea routes from the mainland cities of Southampton and Portsmouth.

  42. Avebury
  43. Shepton Mallet

    Shepton Mallet is a historic market town (population: 9700) in the English West Country county of Somerset.

  44. Wootton Bridge

    Wootton Bridge lies on the north east coast of the Isle of Wight, and is situated almost midway between the island’s historical capital of Newport and the Victorian gateway of Ryde.

  45. Winchester (England)

    Winchester is an historic cathedral city in the English county of Hampshire, situated within the South East region. Erstwhile capital of England, it was from here that Alfred the Great governed the newly unified country.

  46. Chippenham

    [Andrew's Church Chippenham.JPG|thumb|right|350px|St Andrew's church, view from the Market place]

  47. Bath

    Bath is a historic Roman and Georgian spa city. It is a World Heritage Site, situated 100 miles west of London and 15 miles (25 km) south-east of the nearest big city, Bristol.

  48. Bridport
  49. West Bay

    West Bay is a small harbour village in Dorset, England, approximately 2 miles south of the centre of Bridport.

  50. Ventnor
  51. Fareham

    Fareham is a town in Hampshire, approximately half-way between the cities of Portsmouth and Southampton, The town has been linked with brick making, notably, the production of the 'Fareham Reds', examples of the bricks in use on the Royal Albert Hall, in London and iron forging from the ironmaster, named "Henry Cort".

  52. Ryde
  53. Wells
  54. Wroughton

    Wroughton is a large village in the county of Wiltshire. It is part of the Borough of Swindon.

  55. Hampshire

    Stretching from the New Forest's coastal beaches in the south west, to London's suburban fringe in the north east, Hampshire is the largest county in South East England. Known as Jane Austen's County after its most famous daughter, Hampshire has a wealth of attractions to offer the traveller.

  56. Hungerford (England)
  57. Glastonbury
  58. Gosport

    Gosport is a town in Hampshire, a short water ride away from Portsmouth. Although not a traditional destination, it does have some attractions if you are interested in maritime history.

  59. Malmesbury

    Malmesbury is a charming little town in the Southern Cotswolds. Once a flourishing market town and centre for education, it's an attractive destination for travellers today.

  60. Alresford (Hampshire)

    Alresford (pronounced "ALLS-ford") is a country market town on the River Arle in Hampshire.

  61. Portsmouth
  62. Bembridge
  63. Langport

    Langport is a small town situated in the heart of Somerset in England, UK.

  64. Charmouth
  65. Yate

    Yate is a medium sized Town in Gloucestershire. It is contiguous with Chipping Sodbury.

  66. Cricklade

    Cricklade is beautiful town on the edge of the Cotswolds in Wiltshire.

  67. Tetbury
  68. Mendips

    The Mendips are a range of hills in northern Somerset in the south-west of the United Kingdom. The area is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

  69. Lyme Regis
  70. Newbury and Thatcham

    Newbury and Thatcham are adjoining towns in the county of Berkshire, in the South East of England.

  71. Bristol

    Bristol is the unofficial capital of the West Country of England. Famous for its maritime history it also offers a great and diverse range of attractions, hotels, bars and events.

  72. Kemble
  73. Cheddar

    Cheddar is a large village, with the largest gorge and caves in Britain. It has a population of around 5,000.

  74. Wotton-under-Edge

    Wotton-under-Edge is in Gloucestershire located near the southern end of the Cotswolds. Equidistant from Gloucester and Bristol, Cheltenham, Cirencester and Bath, only a few miles from the M4 (Junction 18) and M5 (Junction 14).

  75. Cirencester
  76. Patchway
  77. Fairford
  78. Axminster

    Axminster is a small town in the English county of Devon, close to the Dorset border.

  79. Alderney

    Alderney is one of the Channel Islands, administratively part of the Balliwick of Guernsey.

  80. Tadley
  81. Wantage
  82. Thornbury

    Thornbury is one of the most interesting market towns in South Gloucestershire, known for historic tales of treason, murders and for its modern day array of independent shops. It boasts a fully renovated Tudor castle and in summer flowers are all around as people take part in the towns competition, "Thornbury in Bloom".

  83. Basingstoke

    Basingstoke is a town in Hampshire. It has been around as a market town since the Domesday Book, but was developed as a 'new town', one of several constructed in the 1950s to accommodate overspill population from London.

  84. Emsworth
  85. Stroud
  86. Cotswolds
  87. Stonehouse

    Stonehouse is a village in the Cotswolds, just to the West of Stroud.

  88. Severn Beach

    Severn Beach is a village in South Gloucestershire, near the mouth of the river Severn.

  89. Seaton
  90. Berkeley (England)

    Berkeley is a village in the English county of Gloucestershire. It is perhaps best known as the location of Berkeley Castle, a medieval fortress witness to many of the significant developments in British history, and as the birthplace and home of Edward Jenner, the inventor of inoculation.

  91. Chedworth

    Chedworth is a village in the Cotswolds, seven miles north of Cirencester. It is most famous for its Roman Villa, cared for by the National Trust.

  92. Portishead
  93. Alton (Hampshire)
  94. Somerset (England)
  95. Clevedon
  96. Cherbourg-en-Cotentin

    Cherbourg is a port town at the north end of the Cotentin Peninsula in Normandy, France.

  97. Lydney

    Lydney is a small town in the county of Gloucestershire. It is located between the Forest of Dean and the River Severn on the A48.

  98. Burford
  99. Branscombe
  100. Taunton (England)