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Hengistbury Head is a peninsula that sticks out into the English Channel between Bournemouth and Mudeford in the county of Dorset. The site is of global significance and renown for substantial archaeological finds. The area is a local nature reserve and a special area of both conservation and protection, with excavations having recovered up to 25,000 artefacts that includes over 600 flint or stone tools.
Hengistbury Head has been a place to go to for the past 12,000 years and is known to receive up to one million visitors every year. The various habitats on the Head, give shelter various birds, insects and plants, many of them are rare and gravely endangered.
Today, Hengistbury Head is a major tourist attraction with stunning walks and a visitor centre to learn all about its history and see dug up artefacts. Another attraction is the land train, known as ‘the noddy train’, which takes around 10 minutes, runs from the café to the end of the spit. The Hengistbury Head Outdoor Education centre runs water and outdoor activities.
The Spit houses 300 of some of the UK’s most expensive private beach huts and has become one of the UK’s most desired areas. Huts are rented out for as much as £600 a week and some being put on the market for £1 million pounds in 2015.
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