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See the world go round

Below are some unique views of the South. These shots are 360 panoramic views. They allow you to use the mouse to zoom around and imagine you're actually there. Or, you could have a look at our live webcams

Just click on an image below and have fun!

Beaulieu Road Spinnaker Tower, Portsmouth
Enjoy the view 143 metres above Portsmouth from the top of the Spinnaker Tower - which is still under construction.

Isle Of Wight Isle Of Wight Rock Festival
Thousands of music fans rocked in the sunshine with Bryan adams, The Thrills Paul Weller, Starsailor and other top rocksters.

Winchester Cathedral   Winchester Cathedral
Once the religious centre of ancient Britain, Winchester Cathedral is still as imposing as ever. Take a tour through the grand interior.
Homelands   We Love... Homelands
35,000 people crammed into the Matterley Bowl in Winchester for 17 hours of music from some of the world's finest DJs.

Beaulieu Road Beaulieu Road, New Forest
Beaulieu Road is one of the New Forest's famous roads, heading towards, or away from, the historic town of Beaulieu - home of the Montagu family since 1558.

Glade New Forest Glade
The area now known as the "New Forest" was once dense woodland. By 300AD the New Forest had become host to a thriving Roman pottery industry.

Town Quay Town Quay, Southampton
Town Quay, with its marina and popular bars is a chic and increasingly popular destination for visitors to Southampton. See also the BBC Southampton Travel Cameras

Lepe Lepe
Lepe occupies a narrow stretch of land adjoining the Solent, just west of Southampton Water and south of the New Forest, and lies within an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Calshot Calshot
Calshot, at the mouth of Southampton Water, was home to one of Henry VIII's forts. Its three-storey keep and outer curtain wall gave it full command of its position.

Fort Nelson Fort Nelson
Fort Nelson is one of the great forts built around Portsmouth in the 1860s to guard the Dockyard from the threat of French invasion.

Portsdown Hill Portsdown Hill
Portsdown Hill is a chalk escarpment 120 metres high and 8 km long immediately to the north of Portsmouth. It is an excellent vantage point with spectacular views.

Southsea Beach Southsea Beach
The seafront is one of the most popular areas in Portsmouth. The beach stretches along the whole southern end of Portsea Island from Old Portsmouth to Eastney.

Southsea Castle Southsea Castle
Southsea Castle was built by Henry VIII between 1544 and 1545 to protect Portsmouth and its Royal dockyard from a possible French attack.

Southsea Common Southsea Common
Southsea Common is the venue for the Portsmouth and Southsea Show in August and many other events throughout the year.

Southsea Wall Southsea Wall
The external wall of Southsea Castle. The sea-ward side is in its original position, but the northern side was completely rebuilt in 1814.

Gunwharf Gunwharf, Portsmouth
Shopping at 65 outlets, eating out at 20 bars & restaurants, an 11-screen cinema and bowling, Gunwharf Quays is the centrepiece of the renaissance of Portsmouth Harbour.
Portsmouth Docks Gunwharf ships
Tall Ships are among the many majestic vessels to grace Portsmouth harbour. The berths can take vessels up to 75m in length.

Cowes Cowes
Cowes is renowned for yachting. It has played host to some of the greatest international sailing events and has a sailing history second to none.

Sandown Sandown
People come from around the world to collect fossils on the Isle of Wight and Culver Cliff at Sandown is one of the best places to look. But be careful.
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