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Check out over 400 ancient monuments
iltshire is an ancient and mysterious land: prehistoric monuments, converging ley lines, burial grounds, crop circles, and Iron Age settlements abound.
And what better way to experience this unique landscape than by packing your tent, donning those walking boots, and setting out onto Salisbury Plain.
You’d have to be from another planet not to recognise Stonehenge. Erected between 3,000 BC and 1,600 BC, the Neolithic monument’s huge stone structures dominate Salisbury Plain. Despite warranting attention from Druid high priests to boffins, it remains shrouded in mystery - why on earth was it built?
After you’ve soaked up the atmosphere, there are the remains of more than 400 other monuments in the UNESCO World Heritage Site to explore including Woodhenge. And after a day’s exploring these spiritual places, connect with the landscape further by hammering in some tent pegs and camping at the Stonehenge Touring Park in Orcheston.