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Lymington (Market Day) & New Forest Drive

Lymington is a bustling and colourful town. Every Saturday the popular market boasts a range of stalls selling everything from local fine foods to craftwork and antiques. The high street also offers an extensive range of shops, some very familiar, others as unique and individual as the town itself. When weariness sets in, there are many parks, cafes and restaurants and, of course, pubs in which to relax and unwind.

The town's many features include a unique series of cobbled streets leading down to the pretty main quay area, popular with visitors who wish to sit, relax and watch the world sail by. Plenty of scenery on our return as we drive through The New Forest.

Approx. 4 hours in Lymington and 1 hour in Lyndhurst.

Image © Flickr/Barney Moss


Lymington is a bustling and colourful town. Every Saturday the popular market boasts a range of stalls selling everything from local fine foods to craftwork and antiques. The high street also offers an extensive range of shops, some very familiar, others as unique and individual as the town itself. When weariness sets in, there are many parks, cafes and restaurants and, of course, pubs in which to relax and unwind.

The town's many features include a unique series of cobbled streets leading down to the pretty main quay area, popular with visitors who wish to sit, relax and watch the world sail by. Plenty of scenery on our return as we drive through The New Forest.

Approx. 4 hours in Lymington and 1 hour in Lyndhurst.

Image © Flickr/Barney Moss

Price includes:

  • Return coach travel

Back by (Swindon): 18:30 approx.

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