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Naval Point Club Lyttelton, Canterbury, New Zealand

Naval Point Club Lyttelton is based in the large Lyttelton Harbor, on New Zealand’s South Island. Nearby there’s the largest city on the island, Christchurch, known as “Gateway to the Antarctic” for its involvement in Antarctica’s exploration. As the city is rebuilt after the devastating earthquakes of 2010-2012, new shops, restaurants and buildings are constantly popping up. The Southshore neighborhood, or New Brighton as it’s also known, is perfect for a day of walking through the dunes, the beach and the estuary. There are great views to the Sumner cliffs and the headlands of Banks Peninsula. Home to private getaways, intimate beaches and breathtaking scenery, Banks Peninsula is the perfect landscape for a laid-back vacation. For panoramic views over the peninsula's bays and beaches, take a drive along the Summit Road – the crater rim of the old volcano that formed Akaroa Harbor. The charming town of Akaroa, with English and French heritage, offers plenty of activities including cruises, sail boats, cycle tours, mail runs, and an excellent range of walking tracks.

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Attractions in Canterbury

Canterbury is an area located in the Central-Eastern part of South Island in New Zeeland. More than 600 000 people inhabit this area. The most prominent cities in Canterbury are Christchurch, the largest city hosting more than half of the region’s population, Rolleston, Timaru, Ashburton, and Rangiora.

The colonization here began with the foundation of the Anglican colony in the 19th century. This was the endeavor of the Canterbury Association founded by two aristocrats from the United Kingdom. This region is inhabited by a wide variety of ethnicities; the Maori, European representatives which account for more than 80% of the population, Asian ethnicity, Latins, Americans and African population.

The area’s utterly multiethnic character and the natural beauties of the place turn it into a popular attraction for tourists worldwide who come here for hiking, sightseeing and offshore experiences which are quite affordable through... more info