Amesbury is a town near Stonehenge and is one of Wiltshire's most attractive little towns.
Here the river, still in its infancy, ripples delightfully under a series of small stone footbridges, used by villagers to access the handsome houses, situated on either side of the tree lined road.
The village of Avebury is world famous for its spectacular stone circle, which some consider more spectacular than Stonehenge. The pretty village also has a 15th century church, 16th century manor house, and excellent museum
This delightful hamlet lies in one of the richest natural history area's in England, containing the burial places of people from pre-history and almost unknown centuries.
Picturesque village in Wiltshire, near Swindon.
Bowerchalke is in ideal walking country, little lanes take you past fields emblazoned with rich emerald green watercress, being continually fed by tiny, sparkling streams.
Beautiful old town with a rich mixture of mellow Bath stone properties to be seen along ancient winding streets.
Broad Hinton is in the spacious countryside a few miles south-west of Swindon, close to the Ridgeway Path.
As recently as 2001 it was awarded the title of 'Most Picturesque Village' by British Heritage Magazine's 2001 Traveller's Choice Awards.
Just as fish abound in the water along this stretch of the Thames, so too, do pretty Cotswold stone cottages and delightful country houses.
A fine example of a typical English country village beside the River Kennet
This is an attractive large village lying to the edge of the Marlborough Downs, its inclusion in the Doomsday Book indicates at that time it was a village of some importance.
Lying in the northern reaches of Wiltshire, the historic town of Cricklade has many visual delights.
Visitors will find this a restful place, there is a serene atmosphere, pleasant properties in lovely country lanes, and a nice friendly village inn.
Devizes is a small market town situated on the edge of the great expanse of Salisbury Plain.
It is one of Wiltshire's loveliest villages, with the River Avon forming a division between the ancient village and the new.
East Knoyle is situated where the Wiltshire countryside blends into Dorset. The landscape is quite stunning, it has a dramatically changing face of sweeping pastures and hillsides.
Fovant is most noted for its dramatic hillside where huge regimental badges are carved into the chalk downs and clearly seen from the road.
There is a legend surrounding this attractive village, it tells of Wild Darrell, who in the 16th-century was the owner of Littlecote House.
The village of Hannington occupies a lovely landscape in the deep countryside between Highworth and the village of Castle Eaton on the Thames Path.
Hidden in Wiltshire's northern reaches, the quiet hamlet of Inglesham is known for its fine church dedicated to St.John the Baptist and for its well established Polo centre.
Gatherings of graceful medieval houses line the streets of Lacock
The town stakes its claim to be the oldest borough in England on the fact that it was granted a charter in the year 924 by King Edward.
Dramatic chalk downs extend from Berkshire into rural Wiltshire, they are particularly rich in pre-historic remains and shelter a wealth of charming market towns and pretty villages, featuring buildings from almost every period of British architectural history.
The soaring grace of Salisbury Cathedral's slender spire rises majestically over the town. Higher than any other in the land, at 404 feet, the spire can be seen against the skyline from all over Salisbury. There is much history in this lovely medieval city with the beautiful and tranquil Cathedral Close well worth a visit.
The country village of Shalbourne in Wiltshire is marked out by its leafy lanes and clutch of pretty thatched properties.
The village is marked out by the River Wylye which flows beneath a rustic multi-arched bridge. The river offers scenic places to cast a rod and a wealth of river wildlife can be seen along its tree lined and reeded banks.
Stourton is noted for the church dedicated to St. Peter where you can see many memorials to the famous Hoare banking family and for the house which was the families ancestral home.
Tisbury is a picturesque village set amidst delightful Wiltshire countryside where you will find friendly villagers and a calm, peaceful atmosphere.
A regal name for a village that was once the haunt of King John and his courtiers, who hunted in the forest and had a hunting lodge at Tollard
Trowbridge is an historic town crammed with attractive stone buildings. It originated as a settlement along the Biss and flourished from the wool and weaving trades and from these periods there remain many magnificent merchant houses.
This is a former wool and corn town with a fascinating history stretching back to Saxon times. It sits comfortably beneath the chalk downland of the Salisbury Plain at the head of the beautiful Wyle Valley.
Wilton was once a county town, it has also been a bishopric, a Royal residence and is one of the oldest boroughs in England with wonderful Wilton House to visit in its midst.