Vacation Rentals in Christchurch
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Vacation rentals in Christchurch
In Christchurch you will find more than 200 vacation rentals and apartments from various providers. These can already be booked from 43 €. The easiest way to rent a vacation rental is to book it online right now. On holidu.com this is possible for some of the apartments in Christchurch.
Vacation rentals in Christchurch
How does an idyllic seaside break, sandcastles, ball games on the beach, swimming in the sea, crabbing from the harbor, and fun-filled attractions for all the family sound? Well, you can get all of that in Christchurch, and so much more! Base yourself in a vacation rental right in the town, or look east to the Medford area for direct access to the finest local beaches. Nearby Southbourne is a wonderful destination for families, with all the amenities for a stress-free, comfortable vacation.rentals for the whole family
Self-catering Vacation rentals in Christchurch suit all budgets and deliver comfort, convenience and character. Large groups can choose from capacious rentals with up to five bedrooms, some boasting huge gardens just perfect for your adventuresome kids. Couples can find smaller hideaways that are tailor-made for memorable romantic breaks
Vacations in Christchurch
The area and getting around
Christchurch is located in the far south of England, just outside the city of Bournemouth. A popular summertime destination for weekenders from London, it is a 2-hour drive from the capital city. Flying in from abroad? Bournemouth Airport is a burgeoning hub that handles flights from all over Europe.A town of two distinct parts
Christchurch is a riverside town divided into two parts, one medieval and one modern. The former part of the town, dominated by the magnificent Priory Church, rises up from the shoreline of the River Stour in the south. It retains its Saxon street layout and is replete with quaint houses, independent cafes, and traditional pubs. The modern part of Christchurch is located just to the north, focused around Saxon Square and Bargates. This is the best place for big brand shopping, with a lively and bustling atmosphere.
Travelers and activities
Not one, not two beaches, but six wonderful beaches await your beach towel and sun umbrella, each with their own unique character. Friars Cliff and Avon beaches are family friendly, with all the amenities for a comfortable beach day. Rural, tree-lined Highcliffe Castle Beach is the best for beautiful seaside walks. Sandbank delights in that you can reach it from a passenger ferry from Mudeford Quay, and it affords breathtaking panoramas of Christchurch Harbor.Christchurch for watersports
Always wanted to try your hand at watersports like windsurfing, kayaking and stand-up-paddle boarding? With sheltered habor and coastal waters, Christchurch is a great place to start. The town has numerous outfits offering lessons, equipment hire and tours, with highly-qualified instructors that will make your vacation one to remember. For something a little different, rent a self-drive motorboat from Mudeford Quay and explore the safe and gentle waters of the river and harbor. vacation bliss!
Christchurch has more sunny days than almost anywhere else in the UK!
Top 5 travel tips in Christchurch
Highcliffe Castle is a gorgeous, Grade-I listed property perched on a clifftop on the edge of Christchurch. It is referred to as “the most important surviving house of the romantic style of architecture”. Explore both the house and its lovely 14-acre grounds. Take a picnic for a vacation-tastic lunch!2. Give your children a day to remember
Adventure Wonderland theme park boasts rides, slides and lots more to give your children a day to remember! Enjoy a wide range of outdoor rides and attractions including family favorites such as Jungle Falls, Battle Boats, Wild Bill's Runaway Train and the Turbo Teacups, all as fun as they sound!3. Walk the Christchurch Coastal Path
A short 4-kilometer coast path, this inspirational route runs from Highcliffe Castle to Mudeford Quay along the golden-sanded shoreline of Christchurch Bay. A gentle walk perfectly suited to the whole family!4. Engage in some creative family fun
Clay Studio on the high street is a pottery painting studio where you can paint plates, bowls, jugs, money boxes and hundreds of other items! Perfectly suited to artists of all ages, you can ruck up for a morning session or if staying longer take a weeklong course!5. Jive at the annual jazz festival
Stompin’ on the Quomps is one of Britain’s biggest jazz festivals and its most accessible – entrance is free! It is held in August on a fine grassy area on the banks of the River Stour. An eclectic mix of Jazz Fusion and Latin Jazz, there’s something for all ages to enjoy.