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Wightlink ferries connect the New Forest with the Isle of Wight between Lymington and Yarmouth. Your onward journey couldn’t be easier with Lymington Pier rail station right beside the ferry, as well as the New Forest Tour green route during the summer. Visit or call 0871 376 1000

Hythe Ferry

Hythe Ferry links the vibrant waterside community of Hythe with Southampton’s train, bus and coach networks, shopping centres and nightlife. In the summer the New Forest Tour green route serves Hythe, Beaulieu, Lymington and many attractions in between. Visit or call 023 8084 0722

Hurst Castle Ferry

Hop on the little ferry from Keyhaven quay to Hurst Castle. It operates every 20 minutes (weekends only during winter months, weather permitting, 10.30am – 4pm). The New Forest Tour blue route connects to Keyhaven during the summer. Visit

Plan your journey at or download a full size version of the New Forest Travel Map.

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More New Forest Travel

From beautiful scenery to free roaming animals, fascinating history to scenic coastline, there's something for everyone in the New Forest National Park. This section will help you find your way around the Forest and enjoy all it has to offer while caring for this fragile and important landscape.

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