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The view from Portsdown Hill is so impressive. I first saw it 35 years ago when I first moved to the Portsmouth area. I never tire of the view over Portsmouth harbour. There are several viewpoints. The main one has The legendary Mick’s Burger Van...More
Plenty of parking at the top, wonderful chalk cliff, visible from Portsmouth. On a good day you can see Fawley power station and the Isle of Wight, the are actually quite nice. On the hill itself there is a burger van that isn't actually very...More
Moving, sad and very enlighting at every stage. How man has developed guns other the years, and what that has meant to us all. Everywhere I looked I saw something compelling, to read and understand how mankind has developed these weapons and the awesome power...More
The view from the top of Portsdown Hill is beautiful. There's a pub at the top and a long established burger van that is tremendously popular.Drive or cycle along the top of the hill from the Widley end to Portchester and take in the solent,...More
Excellent place to visit to view Portsmouth and the immediate coastline. Very nostalgic for anyone who knew this area as a child. Very good local food bar with good value for money fast food. Pity the authority do not consider providing toilet facilities.
Soooo disappointed, both had the roast beef, came with two of the thinest most tastless bits ever, veg wasn't to bad gravely could have saved the day, but it was water. To be fair we were asked by a very young girl if everything was...More
From the top of this hill there are fantastic views across the Solent. There is a whole series of forts along the hillside, some of which are open to the public. In addition, there is a large, 120feet high, monument to Admiral Lord Nelson