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visit site Weymouth
Weymouth is a traditional seaside resort with a large sandy beach. The safe shallow waters are ideal for swimming, and a range of other activities are on offer during the summer, from donkey rides to Punch and Judy shows. The town centre is next to the beach and has many high street shops and restaurants. Weymouth also has a large harbour, here you can enjoy a drink at a harbourside pub and watch the fishing boats return. Weymouth is also famous for flirtear con mujeres Chesil Beach – a large stoney beach stretching 18 miles to 24option com erfahrungen West Bay.
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Swanage has a family beach with a long promenade and plenty of ice cream kiosks! There are lots of things for kids to do with amusements and a steam railway running to rencontre francophone bucarest Corfe Castle. Admire the views from ytp hyrule dating videos Durlston Country Park- you may even spot Dolphins! If you fancy a long walk you could take the Dorset Coastal Path and walk to about his Studland past the iconic http://www.aslansarmy.com/?odywan=usa-free-dating-service&bc0=99 Old Harry Rocks and explore the designated nature trails
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This World Heritage Coastline is a “must see” when in Dorset. Visit Lulworth Cove, Kimmeridge, Ringstead Bay, Durldle Door or Worbarrow Bay where you can explore rock pools, hunt for fossils and experience some stunning scenery.
West Bay (Broadchurch)
West Bay was the location for the popular TV series Broadchurch, it is approximately 30 minutes away by car from Doles Ash- fossil hunters should also visit Charmouth and Seatown. Used as a location in many films, Lyme Regis is a classic old fashioned seaside town with narrow winding streets and immense character. It has a lovely sandy beach and is perfect for families.
Poole Harbour, Brownsea Island and Sandbanks :
This is a great day trip. Visit Poole quay where children can go “crabbing” or why not take a boat trip to Brownsea Island which is owned by the National Trust? Further along the coast you will find Sandbanks which is one of the most expensive places in the world to live. It offers miles of fantastic sandy beaches, lots of watersports and a waterside restaurant owned by Rick Stein which has stunning views. If you want to go further, why not take a trip to the lively town of Bournemouth? Approximately 10 mins drive from Poole.