Welcome to Wiltshire Countryside

Wiltshire is a county in South West of England, together with the neighbouring county that includes Hampshire and Dorset. Predominantly rich green rural landscapes overlapped with the ancient kingdom of Wessex. Wiltshire is an area with a rich history from early civilisations to the incredible beauty of the coast and earthly woodlands.

The Romans tramped all over these southern counties of England, leaving the most conspicuous signs of their occupation at the amphitheatre of Dorchester. None of the landscapes of this region could be described as grand or wild, but insteadImage result for Welcome to Wiltshire Countryside, the countryside is consistently seductive, with its crumbling fossil-bearing cliffs around Lyme Regis Plain. Probably one of the most famous sites in England is Stonehenge.

Wiltshire’s landscape is mostly rural, underneath the land is a soft white limestone (known as chalk) creating undulating hills. The main part of Wiltshire is Salisbury a medieval cathedral city. The city centre has old streets with narrow alleyways. Many of the buildings are half-timbered houses and inns. There also bridges crossing rivers and charming public gardens. By the North Gate, local markets are selling all kinds of fresh produce grown around Wiltshire.

With so many places to explore where to start the journey? It can be a challenge to decide where to spend your time in Wiltshire. It’s common for visitors to get lost in the sea of possibilities.

That’s why we are here to help you plan the best possible trip to England, Wiltshire. We will go through the most interesting landmarks to visit and wander off the beaten track to find rolling landscapes and medieval churches.