Westbury is on the western edge of the chalk downlands that form Salisbury Plain.
The variety of countryside in the area, from the Downs to the broad vale of the White Horse, make it a great place for walking and cycling.
The most famous landmark of the area is the dramatic White Horse, which is the oldest and biggest white horse in Wiltshire.
There is an historic marketplace in the centre of Westbury, with the churchyard of 14th century All Saints' Church next to it. All Saints' boasts the third heaviest ring of bells in the world, an Erasmus Bible and a 16th century clock with no face, constructed by a local blacksmith.