Explore Bournemouth’s coastline
Bournemouth is one of the best seaside resorts in the south of England, with seven miles of golden, sandy beaches. It’s very popular and very busy on hot, sunny days!
As well as swimming and sunbathing, visitors enjoy water sports such as speed boating. The sea front also has an excellent aquarium and a pier with amusements. In the park there is also a hot air balloon that gives you a “birds-eye” view of the city.
Bournemouth is proud to be an eventful town
Bournemouth boasts a year-round programme of events, so whatever time of year you visit and whatever your interests, there’s always something to enjoy.
From music concerts by big named artists to firework displays, art performances and not forgetting the Bournemouth Air Festival, there really is something to entertain all ages.
The Arts by The Sea Festival (October 9th – 18th) is the perfect time to enjoy culture indoors and outdoors in Bournemouth.
At night, Bournemouth is a popular destination with nightclubbers and the Bournemouth International Centre is a major venue for classical and pop concerts.
Exploring Bournemouth beyond the beach
Bournemouth is located directly to the east of the “Jurassic Coast“, where lots of dinosaur fossils have been found. The nearby coastline was also very important during World War 2, when it was used as a departure point in the D-Day landings.
Another great option for a day out is the imposing Corfe Castle. With nearly 1,000 years of history behind it, there are fascinating tales of riches and grandeur to be enjoyed, along with the stunning ruins.
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