From the 27th until 30th December, exists Twixmas. Here is everything you need to know about Twixmas, including how to spend it in Christchurch.

What is Twixmas?

Twixmas is the word used to refer to the days between Christmas and New Year (27th-30th December), when – life commitments depending – you can take some much-needed down time. The word Twixmas originates from the old English word ‘betwixt’ or in modern English ‘between’. For many of us, it's a time when we can fully relax and spend our days doing nothing, but some also enjoy planning outings with family or friends. Christchurch is a wonderful place to spend Twixmas doing both!

What to do during Twixmas?

Time for a walk…

Twixmas is a great time to slow down, maybe even go offline and recharge yourself before another year starts. A perfect way to do this is by going for a walk! Enjoy beaches like Avon Beach, Mudeford Sandbank or wander along the Quay. There are so many routes in Christchurch. It's hard to choose!

Sales shopping?

During Twixmas, the post-Christmas sales are live and there is nothing better than rummaging and finding a bargain. Explore the high street and bag some local bargains!

Devour some delicious food and drink

With all that extra time, what better way to fill it than spending time with friends and family whilst appreciating tasty food and drinks. Twixmas calls for relaxing coffees in local cafés or long brunches, lunches and everything in between in Christchurch’s local eateries and bars!

Treat yourself to a Twixmas stay in Christchurch

Take time to relax and refresh yourself by treating yourself to a break in Christchurch after a busy time making Christmas magical for all. Explore our quaint bed & breakfasts and guest houses or our tempting hotels!

Looking for things to do?

Christchurch is steeped in history with castles, museums and churches drawing visitors from far and wide. Take time this Twixmas to enjoy quality time together and explore the many activities and attractions here.

Thanks for joining our 12 days of Christmas blogs, we hope you have a lovely Christmas, Twixmas and a happy New Year! From Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Tourism.




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