Wiltshire Guide

Wiltshire is a beautfiful county with some outstanding countryside. In the North it is on the southern tip of the rolling Cotswolds hills, while in the south of the county are the Salisbury plain and it also touches the New Forest.

In addition to to countrside are some of the most famous and outstanding prehistoric monuments in the world. While Stonehenge needs no introduction, the sites of Avebury and Silbury Hill are less well known, but just as impressive in their own way.

There are also a number of historic towns and cities, like the ruins of Old Sarum or the importance of Swindon in the development of the rail network. Wiltshire is a voyage of discovery that is essentially English with small market towns, tea shops and country pubs with locally made beer. Whatever your interests, whether it is Country Houses, Ancient Monuments or Canals, you can find and enjoy it in Wiltshire.

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Bradford on Avon | Salisbury | Marlborough| Amesbury | Devizes | Chippenham| Swindon | Trowbridge | Wilton | Calne | Lacock

Stonehenge | Avebury | Silbury Hill

| Wiltshire Slide Show

Avebury stone circle