Poole is a lively tourist destination, known for its unbeatable atmosphere, great leisure options and large natural harbour.
From historic steam trains and air shows to extensive cycling and walking routes, there’s plenty for you to see and do – not forgetting the number of award-winning blue flag beaches to explore.
With Poole’s natural coastal setting, you’ll be sure to find plenty of superb beachside cafés, restaurants, pubs and bars making it a great place to unwind with friends and family.
For more information go to the Poole Tourism website at www.pooletourism.com.
The south coast’s largest entertainment centre, and the perfect wet weather option! You’ll be spoilt for choice with a cinema, bowling, waterpark, soft play area and plenty of restaurants.
If you love walking and want to escape for the day, Brownsea Island is the perfect place to explore, relax and take time out.
There are several within easy reach of Cobb’s Quay, including one of Britain’s most famous and beautiful beaches, Sandbanks.
95 miles of stunning coastline from East Devon to Dorset, and with rocks over 185 million years old, it’s a prime area for fossil hunting.
Durdle Door, Jurassic Coast
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