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Welcome to the maritime city of Southampton

Shipbuilders and seafarers have been coming to Southampton since Roman times. Boats departed from this region laden with soldiers bound for the 4 corners of the British Empire, and merchants docked with everything from Indian spices to New World tobacco. These days, this maritime heritage is visible in every stone-built coastal gun battery and bobbing sailboat around the Southampton harbours, while the formidable naval armadas of old have been replaced with cruise ships and Channel ferries – a likely reason you're in town. Whether you come in search of nautical history, nightlife, or just a base before hitting the open seas, Southampton holiday rentals have you covered.

Why book Southampton holiday rentals with ebookers?

If you're after a characterful place to bed down before boarding your cruise ship or exploring the city, holiday rentals in Southampton are ideal. You'll get to choose from charming English cottages with rose gardens out front, thatched farm conversions, and even stylish flats in the buzzing city centre. What's more, holiday apartments in Southampton tend to come with a lot more space than a classic hotel room, along with self-catering kitchen facilities and large lounges for relaxing in. The upshot is that Southampton holiday apartments are a versatile choice that are great for large groups on both long and short stays.

Top things to do in Southampton

Southampton is a lively city, replete with curry houses, hearty pubs and clubs that cater to the burgeoning student population. It also has its share of cultural attractions, notably the Southampton City Art Gallery, which puts on shows of avant-garde works. Westquay, meanwhile, is a haven for shopaholics, with almost every conceivable high street name under 1 roof. For a break from the crowds, head over to the Common – a wide, green oasis of nature close to the university campus, where you can have a languid picnic or go for a long walk to work off a pub lunch. Excursions are another great thing to do, whether that means a boat trip down to the salt-washed walks and lively seaside resorts of the Isle of Wight, or a hike through the moss-clad groves of the beautiful New Forest National Park.

Getting around in Southampton

Southampton is a surprisingly spread-out city. It's divided into a series of neighbourhoods that meet the sea with the docklands, and come dotted with restaurants and bars around the Cultural Quarter. The town has an efficient bus network connecting all of these, with the most notable lines marked out on the separate City Red map. Getting to the ferry terminals is also easy on account of regular free minibus departures from the main train station. And, if you’re keen to get out and see as much of the South Coast as possible during your stay, you can always consider hiring a car during your stay in one of the Southampton holiday rentals.