Mudeford is a quayside village that stands at the mouth of Christchurch Bay, standing stands opposite the end of the Hengistbury Head peninsula. Ferries operate between the two points. Long associated with fishing and smuggling, Mudeford is a great place to relax and watch boats and people enjoy the sea. The nearby Stanpit Marsh Nature Reserve ensures that no particularly noisy sports like jet-skis will disturb the piece. Mudeford is also a wonderful place for birdwatching as well as fishing. It is well-located to reach Bournemouth and Christchurch with ease. There's so much to discover on a New Forest holiday.