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Farlington Marshes is one of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust’s oldest nature reserves.
It covers 125 hectares (308 acres) of flower-rich grazing marsh and saline lagoon on the northern shore of Langstone Harbour between Portsmouth and Havant. Farlington is internationally important for the migratory wildfowl and wading birds that it supports, as well as being a blaze of colour in spring and summer with many flowers and butterflies.
Visitors can take in the marshes on a circular walk, mostly on the sea wall, which is approximately 4km.
- Outdoor Attraction
- Guide Dogs Permitted
Parking & Transport
- Parking (free)
Tours and Demonstrations
- Educational Visits Accepted
- Guided Tours Available for Groups
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Map & Directions
Nearest major road is A27. The western car park can be reached from the east Portsmouth A27 roundabout. The entrance is via small track between the A27 westbound exit and A2030 exit leading to Portsmouth. Caution is required on rejoining roundabout.
Public Transport Directions
Nearest station is Hilsea - 1 mile.