If like many others you have decided to avoid the travel chaos and traffic light system this year and explore more of the UK, then there is plenty to do! One place that you may want to experience if you are keen to explore some beautiful countryside and historic sights is Salisbury. With so much history and beauty surrounding the area, you won’t be stuck for things to do in Salisbury.

 

For walking there are lots of great walking routes that you can enjoy over the summer months – here are a few of them…

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Stonehenge – If you are heading to Wiltshire without a doubt you will want to visit the iconic Stonehenge site. Now under the care of the National trust there are plenty of walking routes around the famous stones and you can also walk from here to the lesser known Woodhenge.

As well as Stonehenge the White Horse at Westbury is another must see part of the Wiltshire landscape. As well as the horse you will also be able to see the ancient iron age fort nearby at Bratton camp and enjoy stunning views across the beautiful landscape.

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From Salisbury, you can follow the picturesque Avon Valley path along a 34-mile route ending in Christchurch in Dorset. Choose parts of the route if you aren’t wanting to do the whole thing! Some beautiful sights on this route include little villages, the chalky lands the region is famed for and pretty meadows and lakes.