About Blackberry Point, Christchurch

Name: Blackberry Point, Christchurch
Place type: Island
Location: Grid Ref: SZ 1742 9150 • X/Y co-ords: 417421, 91504.3 • Lat/Long: 50.7229,-1.75457331
District: Christchurch
County/Unitary Authority: Dorset
Region: South West
Country: England
Height: 0.5m
OS Explorer map: OL22: New Forest

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OS routes near Blackberry Point, Christchurch

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MatleyWood
Walking route: 6.3km, Difficulty: Leisurely

MatleyRed
Walking route: 6.4km, Difficulty: Leisurely

Current Track: 22 FEB 2014 10:02...
Walking route: 7.2km, Difficulty: Moderate

Current Track: 22 FEB 2014 11:13...
Walking route: 9km, Difficulty: Moderate

test
Walking route: 23.8km, Difficulty: Leisurely

Newport
Walking route: 65.6km, Difficulty: Energetic

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Places to stay nearby

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Driftwood, in MILFORD ON SEA
Sleeps: 6, Bedrooms: 3

One of our lovely Hampshire holiday cottages, in Milford on Sea. Cosy cottage, beach close by, great for touring the south of England and Isle of Wight.

The Chalet, in AVON HEATH COUNTRY PARK
Sleeps: 6, Bedrooms: 3

Lovely detached Ringwood cottage in Avon Heath Country Park, close to the New Forest. Delightful accommodation. Walks from the door. Ringwood 2 miles. Bournemouth 10 miles.

Explorer House, in POOLE
Sleeps: 6, Bedrooms: 3

A semi-detached family house set in a residential area on the edge of Poole, close to Dorset's coast. Comfortably furnished. Enclosed decked garden. Dog-friendly. Short drive to beaches. Poole Harbour 3 miles. Bournemouth 4 miles.

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