West Bay is a busy harbour village nestled between the spectacular East and West cliffs.Itis the..Bournemouth Information
Welcome to Bournemouth - a world class resort that has everything you need for a perfect holiday or..Beaminster Information
With over 200 listed buildings in its historic centre, Beaminster is a charming place to visit and..Christchurch Information
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Wareham is easily reached by road and rail and is an ideal base for touring..Bovey Tracey Information
Bovey Tracey is one of the main gateway towns to Dartmoor situated on the eastern fringes. With a..Swanage Information
An award-winning beach, safe bathing, lots of leisure activities and all-weather attractions..See all locations in Dorset
As the waves crash against the rocks along the dramatic coastline of the 'Isle' of Portland, you can see why this forms part of the Jurassic Coast. Yet just across the bay, Weymouth is home to a safe, clean, sheltered family beach.
Weymouth & Portland, located at the heart of the 95 mile stretch of the World Heritage Coast, has so much to offer. Weymouth varies from a rich heritage heartland with historical buildings and Georgian Seafront, to a bustling modern town centre complemented by quaint side streets with traditional pubs and contemporary bars, cafés and restaurants, all of which is connected by over three miles of level promenade, making access between the areas easy for all. Weymouth's picturesque leisure harbour boasts fishing boats, yachts, catamarans and the high-speed Condor Ferries making day trips to the Channel Islands and St Malo in France.
Close to Weymouth's town centre, you'll find the Swannery and RSPB Nature Reserve and a host of indoor and outdoor attractions open all year. With the variety of places to visit and over 200 year-round events, there really is something to suit everyone.
Frequented over 200 years ago by King George III, the Golden Sands of Weymouth's Central Beach is a consistent winner of the national “Tidy Britain” Seaside Awards and one of the Elite 8 beaches in the UK.
The Dorset countryside and the 'Isle' of Portland are areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and are home to spectacular and unique wildlife, flora and fauna, with some stunning viewing points across the Jurassic Coastline and beyond!
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With a history rich in exploration and an ancient harbour at its beating heart, Bristol has grown..Somerset Information
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At a height of nearly 800 feet,Stow-on-the-Wold is the highest settlement in the Cotswold Hills...See all locations in England South West
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