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Places of interest in and around Gosport
Stokes Bay



Part of the longest continuous shingle beach in England, which stretches from Lee on the Solent to the Harbour Entrance. Stokes Bay Sailing Club is on the left of the picture and the centrepiece is Saint Mary Alverstoke, for centuries a focal point of Gosport.


Haslar Hospital sits back from the end of the beach, just before Fort Blockhouse at the Harbour mouth.

 

Browndown and Gilkicker are both exceptional examples of wild grounds, with a diversity of wildlife


The view towards Stokes Bay and Lee on the Solent from Fort Gilkicker is worth the short climb

 

Due to the open aspect of the Solent, prevailing winds shape the contours of the trees


From the top of Fort Gilkicker looking towards the harbour over part of the Stokes Bay Golf Club.
This area of Gilkicker has been designated a SSSI status.

 

 

Browndown and Stokes Bay are still regularly used by the Army, and are favourite dog walks!

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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   Featured Hotel
 Alverbank Country Hotel
Without doubt one of Gosport's best  hotels that successfully combines style and elegance with a very relaxed atmosphere.

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