Surrey is a county in South East England which borders Kent to the east, East Sussex to the southeast, West Sussex to the south, Hampshire to the west, Berkshire to the northwest, and Greater London to the northeast. 

Located on London’s doorstep, nestled in the south-east of England, less than half an hour from central London, Surrey is a diverse place to visit that’s full of surprises around every corner. 

From award-winning vineyards, pubs, restaurants and hotels to ancient heathland, beautiful waterways, charming historic towns, attractive villages and scenic landscapes, there is so much to discover.

Surrey is England’s most wooded county, with rolling hills and valleys, and some of the best English gardens in the country.   

The Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty covers a quarter of our county, and it’s perfect for walks, runs, cycling and horse riding. 

Climb the south of England’s highest point, Leith Hill or visit the wide-open fields used in 1215 for the signing of Magna Carta, by notorious King John at Runnymede.