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Living in Gosport
Within its 11 square miles, the Gosport peninsular offers 20 miles of waterfront. There are acres of parkland and open spaces including 16 conservation areas.
Surrounded by the sea, watersports are inevitably a major attraction in Gosport. A dedicated guide to watersports and sailing in the Borough is available from the Tourist Information Centre.
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. A state of the art leisure centre will also be opened on New Years Eve 2012.
There is also so much to do in Gosport from visiting the beaches at Stokes bay and Lee-on-the-Solent to award-winning museums and a 67 acre nature reserve at the Wildgrounds.
For a full overview of the Borough's leisure and tourist attractions visit the Discover Gosport website.
With its combination of green space and waterfront coupled with a wide range of sports and leisure facilities, Gosport offers a near perfect lifestyle for all.