There is so much world heritage to see and activities to do in Salisbury City Centre, it makes a fantastic day our or even a short break.
Salisbury is the proud home to Salisbury Cathedral and the famous Stonehenge not far away. Whils there you can wander through the historic streets and alleyways of this busy, medieval city.
There are characteristic shopping streets, regular street markets and visit Britain’s largest cathedral.
Our X3 bus service goes from Bournemouth via Boscombe, Ringwood, Fordingbridge and Downton will take you to heart of Salisbury City Centre up to every half an hour during the day.
Wareham is a quaint market town sitting in between the River Piddle and the River Frome, part of the attractive gateway to the Purbecks.
There is a market every Saturday on the Quay and a farmers market/ home produce each Thursday selling delightful local treats. Get to Wareham on the route 40.
Climb the steep ramparts of Corfe Castle and you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking views over the village and surrounding countryside.
The castle was a stronghold during the time of William the Conquerer. In 1635 it was bought by Sir John Banks and was defended by Lady Banks during the Civil War, but was eventually destroyed by parliamentarians.
Get there using our famous Purbeck Breezer tour bus and enjoy the stunning views along the way.
The Stonehenge Tour
From Salisbury you can join our Stonehenge Tour bus. Tickets are available online or from the driver and include the tour and entrance fees to Old Sarum, Stonehenge & Salisbury Cathedral.