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Southampton (/saʊθˈ(h)æmptən/ (listen)) is a port city in the ceremonial county of Hampshire on the south coast of England. It is located on the southern coast of Great Britain, approximately 70 mi (110 km) south-west of London and 15 mi (24 km) west of Portsmouth. The city forms part of the South Hampshire built-up area, which also covers Portsmouth and the towns of Havant, Waterlooville, Eastleigh, Fareham, and Gosport.
Southampton is noted for its as being the departure point for the RMS Titanic, and home to 500 of the people who perished on board. The Spitfire was built in the city, and Southampton has a strong association with the Mayflower, being the departure point before the vessel was forced to return to Plymouth. More recently, Southampton is known as the home port of some of the largest cruise ships in the world. Southampton is also  one of the largest retail destinations in the South of England.
The city was heavily bombed during the Second World War during what was known as the Southampton Blitz. It was one of the major embarkation points for D-Day. It was also where troops left England for the Battle of Agincourt and was itself victim of a number of raids from French pirates in the Middle Ages, leading to the construction of the fortified town walls, many of which still stand today. Jane Austen also lived in Southampton for a number of years.
The unitary authority area of Southampton had a population of 253,651 at the 2011 census, making it one of the most populous cities in Southern England. Southampton forms part of the larger South Hampshire conurbation
Portsmouth is jam-packed with things to do – much more, in fact, than you could ever squeeze into just one weekend.
We have a whole host of world-renowned attractions, from historic ships to award-winning museums, iconic towers and loads more besides.
You can get hands-on, with a load of activities that put you right in the centre of the action. Get out on the water, try something new or get the adrenaline flowing.
Maybe you’re visiting with your kit bag in tow? Our sport and leisure facilities will keep you entertained, with a host of modern sports centres offering a host of different activities. And – of course – our famous football club has a famously unrivalled matchday atmosphere.
Shop ‘til you drop in Portsmouth, where there’s a host of different areas to suit all needs and budgets. From high-street staples to designer brands and quirky independents, there’s much to explore when you go shopping in Portsmouth.
Scratch below the surface and you’ll discover a city with a rich and fascinating history. From its bustling docks to historic cobbled streets – and no small amount of famous inhabitants – there are many stories to be told on tours and sightseeing trips.
Meanwhile, our entertainment venues are where you’ll find the best in live music, theatre and comedy. If this piques your interest, head to our Events page for full details of what’s on during your next visit.
Worthing is a lively destination for shopping, eating, entertainment and family fun by the seaside!
It's perfectly located to explore the award-winning beaches and seafront of the Worthing coast, as well as the stunning landscape of the South Downs.
Things to do in Worthing
Discover local history, stunning artworks, unique toy and costume collections and a tranquil sculpture garden at the Worthing Museum and Art Gallery.
Catch some comedy, live music or a musical show direct from the West End at the Pavilion Theatre, the Connaught Theatre or at Assembly Hall.
For a lovely stroll in South Downs countryside, visit the ruined Iron Age fort at Cissbury Ring or the beautiful Highdown Gardens, a National collection. The views from the gardens are beautiful at any time of the year and include the sea and the South Downs.
Discover what's on in Worthing this weekend in our Sussex events guide.
Explore Worthing to uncover an eclectic mix of internationally renowned artists, quirky open studios and galleries including Colonnade House and converted beach huts East Beach Artists Studios.
Eat out to enjoy seasonal and locally produced food. Whether it’s fresh fish, home-made Sicilian gelato, freshly roasted coffee or vegan afternoon tea, there’s something for everyone in Worthing! Top food & drink places in Worthing.
Worthing’s flat wide promenade is perfect for a family cycle ride to explore the area by bike. No problem if you don’t have a bike with you, download the Donkey Bike app and hire a bike.
Take a day trip to the colourful city of Brighton, just a short train ride along the coast and one of the most diverse cities in England.
For evenings out in Worthing, you'll find plenty of restaurants and traditional pubs, with a choice of three theatres and two cinemas for after meal entertainment. Pedestrianised streets make shopping in the town centre an easy, relaxed affair – with dozens of high quality shops and boutiques.
Strolling along the palm-lined promenade on the seafront you'll find activities for the whole family – from Stand Up Paddleboarding, go-karting and miniature golf to the Art Deco architecture of Worthing Pier adding a touch of historic class to the atmosphere
Set in beautiful southern England, Havant is on the rural coast between the cities of Chichester and Portsmouth.
Havant is a thriving market town, characterised by its fine Georgian buildings and narrow weaving footpaths called ‘Twittens’. Most of the town centre is a conservation area, which developed from a junction of ancient thoroughfares dating from Roman times. You can find out more about the town’s past by visiting the Spring Arts Centre on East Street.
On Tuesday and Saturday there is a lively street market. The town centre is also home to a modern indoor shopping mall which fronts onto an attractive pedestrian precinct in part of West Street, with an interesting blend of specialist retailers and high street names.
One of Havant’s most popular attractions is the award-winning Staunton Country Park. A great family day out with plenty to see and do, including a huge greenhouse with exotic plants, a maze and the children will just love feeding the animals at the Ornamental Farm.
If you want a breath of fresh air, try walking the 13-mile Staunton Way that finishes at the Queen Elizabeth Country Park in the beautiful South Downs National Park.
Located nearby is the picturesque fishing village of Emsworth, and the traditional seaside resort Hayling Island, which is well-known for its unspoilt beaches and laidback charm.