Confluence of the outlandish rivers Stour and Avon, impressive natural harbour setting, family-friendly destination to relax and unwind, hometown of Canterbury Plains, World Heritage Coast and the tranquil New Forest National Park, fabulous gala of nature, this is super enchanting and echoing land of Christchurch, New Zealand. The assorted blend of enthralling legacy, ethnic antiquity, gorgeous coastline and a wide variety of sultry attractions make it an ideal spot to lose heart. With a great range of accommodation, fantastic places to eat and drink, worldwide visitors come here to embrace the land and sing the songs of natural drama. Travellers reach the upper land of the harbour on the northern banks of the River Stour to experience the setting of Christchurch Quay. The nearby Quomps is a completely flat, grassed area containing a new Splashpark, which is specially designed for kids.
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Families also visit Christchurch Castle Ruins that showcase the artwork of 11th Century; the fort’s walls, wooden structure, relics of civil war and many other things to delve more. There are many historic attractions, skiing regions and indoor play centres that kids enjoy during their holidays. The Red House Museum, in the town centre, has everything to offer to its guests; visitors also enjoy the golfing activities in the nearby golf resorts.
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When it comes to the refreshingly distinct poems of sun, sand dunes and cheerful water, Christchurch beaches are highly discrete that extend from Highcliffe, right through to Mudeford Sandbank. These sandy beaches are the worthiest place for unmatched relaxation and water sport activities. Families spend their full time while rejoicing the sensible and heart throbbing adventure activities, observing woodlands, lush greenery and superlative views; they enjoy local food and fresh juices in the nearby restaurants on Avon Beach and Steamer Point. The outskirts effortlessly convey ethereal fantasy and intuitive realism when you try to move closer.
There are many brisk natural reserves that are astonishing and loaded with meadows, wild greenery, flower beds, woods and cliffs. Families start the long walk to experience local birds, animals and plant species; they approach Mude Valley to see woodland, river, flood plains, wetlands, grassland and many other natural elements that are self-proclaiming. There are many rich varieties of plant communities that have their own kingdom and enjoy the settings. No doubt, this region has the ability to wash your brain and hypnotise it to spell the slogans of natural wonder.
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