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Introducing Lymington

The bustling little harbour town of Lymington has several strings to its tourism bow, being not only a popular yachting base with two marinas freckled with fibreglass floaters, but also a handy base for the New Forest and a jumping-off point to the Isle of Wight. It’s a pleasing Georgian town with a few cobbled streets and a range of quirky bookshops, inns and nautical stores.