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Gosport is a town, district and borough situated on the south coast of England. It is part of the South Hampshire conurbation and lies on a peninsula on the western side of Portsmouth Harbour opposite the City of Portsmouth, to which it is linked by a pedestrian ferry. The Gosport peninsula has 17 miles (27 km) of waterfront on Portsmouth Harbour and The Solent and is a maritime playground for all. The pebble beach at Stokes Bay slopes steeply into the sea and offers fine views of the shipping going in and out of Portsmouth and Southampton and the many pleasure craft from the many marinas along The Solent and the Isle of Wight. There are acres of parkland and open spaces including 16 conservation areas. Surrounded by the sea, watersports are inevitably a major attraction in Gosport. There is also a high range of alternative outdoor provision, including two golf courses, thriving football, rugby and tennis clubs as well as indoor facilities including an ice-rink.
Gosport has many waterfront developments including Royal Clarence Marina which was developed by Berkeley Homes and has a variety of apartments many offering spectacular views of historic Portsmouth Harbour, The Spinnaker Tower and the marina. This development is very popular with young professionals. Other popular locations include Rowner which has earned itself the nickname of “The Concrete Jungle” due to the high rise flats that dominate the area and Alverstoke.
Gunwharf Quays is just across the water - with more than 90 designer outlets, 20 bars and restaurants, with savings of up to 70 per cent off High Street prices. Just a couple of minutes away from the marina, Gosport High Street has all the usual names. Markets on Tuesdays and Saturdays prove popular. On the second Tuesday, a Farmers Market is held next to the regular market. In September, the town holds a Michaelmas Fair with more than 80 stalls.
Gosport has 10 each of infants and junior schools, 7 primary schools, 3 secondary schools, a college and a sixth form college. The secondary schools include:
The best way to see many of Gosport's attractions is on foot. The 3km Waterfront Trail links Explosion! The Museum of Naval Firepower with the Royal Navy Submarine Museum, and offers stunning panoramic views of Portsmouth Harbour. Pass by the marinas and watch boats sail into the busy harbour from the Falkland Gardens. Gosport is also home to Little Woodham, aka "The 1642 Living History Village". The village exists to educate both children and adults about 17th century life at the outbreak of the English Civil War and is open for the public to meet the villagers at certain times throughout the year. Other attractions include: