Route ID: 94915

Solent Way 8

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    Walking route mapped by  Ian Wilson Photo
    4 years ago

    Starts near Havant, GBSEARCH NEARBY
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    4.615 miles
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    127 ft | 127 ft
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    About

    This section of the Way starts at the Broadmarsh Coastal Park and runs along the shoreline past the old waterside village of Langstone with its delightful heritage quayside, pubs and a picturesque millhouse.

    Walk past Warblington Castle, with its gruesome tales, and the church with a grave-watcher's hut, across the fields and through the woods to finish at the fishing village of Emsworth, with its curious millponds.

    Emsworth, once famous for its oyster fishing fleet, offers a wide range of shops to wander around and a good selection of eating places - the perfect spot for a relaxing seafood meal.

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