Sportplus Travel Club

Tour of Southern England

Drive along the Jurassic Coast and discover the beautiful scenery of the New Forest.

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    Tour highlights:
    • Driving experience in a sports car of your choice
    • Experience fine dinning at Gidleigh Park, a Two-Michelin-starred restaurant
    • Visit the HMS Victory in Portsmouth
    • Unique driving experience through the beautiful scenery of the New Forest
    • A tour of wealthy Sandbanks peninsula, in Poole
    • Visit Powderham Castle located in the unique and picturesque setting of Devon
    • Drive along the Jurassic Coast a World Heritage Site
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    Tour Map

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    Tour Cars

    The following cars are available for this driving tour. Please proceed to the booking section for availability and cost.

      Can I drive my own sports car on this tour?

      Yes, it is possible. You can drive your own car but please enquire for further details at or call us on: . And if you are worried about miles, we can arrange a trailer transaportation for your car on request too.

      *Please note, the make or model series is subject to availability on the day of the event, however a similar car will be available.

      Tour Itinerary

      • London ‐ Brighton ‐ Hampshire

        Independent travel to London where you are going to meet your Tour Guide and rest of the group. After a brief reception followed by a gourmet breakfast, you will collect your sports car and set off on your adventure to South England. Our first stop is the seaside resort town of Brighton and will head to Amberley Castle for our lunch break. In the afternoon visit Lord Nelson's flagship, HMS Victory in Portsmouth. Continue the journey in a beautiful county of Hampshire, passing through the New Forest National Park will take us to our accommodation for the night Chewton Glen Hotel & Spa, a five-star luxury country house and spa set on 130 acres of countryside.

        Distance: 180 milesDriving time: 5 h 15 min
      • Hampshire ‐ Dorset ‐ Devon

        Start your morning with a healthy breakfast while enjoying a lovely view of Chewton Glen' gardens. Today your driving adventure will take you to the wealthy and beautiful Sandbanks peninsula. For the next leg will discover the charming countryside of Dorset, an area of outstanding natural beauty where you will have a taste of the local area during your lunch at the Summer Lodge Country House. In the afternoon will continue our journey alongside the Jurassic Coast, heading to the beautiful town of Torquay, our English Riviera. The last part of today’s trip you will be driving through the gorgeous scenery of Dartmoor National Park. After a long day of excitements, indulge and relax at Gidleigh Park Hotel, once one of Britain’s most elegant Arts and Crafts houses now a luxury countryside hotel. A special evening awaits when you will be treated like a royal at Gidleigh Park’s Two Michelin-starred restaurant.

        Distance: 170 milesDriving time: 5 h 20 min
      • Devon ‐ Wiltshire ‐ London

        In the morning will make a visit to the Powderham Castle located in a unique and picturesque setting of Devon. Continue the journey to Wiltshire via Bath, unwind and lose yourself in a five-star Michelin starred luxury Lucknam Park Hotel for lunch. And in the afternoon will finish our tour, driving back to London. Sadly, the time has come to say goodbye. After three full days of touring the South of England we hope you will leave with lots of great memories.

        Distance: 240 milesDriving time: 4 h 45 min

        Optional: 1x night accommodation in London for next day departure.

      *Please note: This itinerary is subject to change. For a detail tour programme please email us.

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