Tours to Bournemouth
Beautiful Bournemouth. Sand and sea, one of England’s most sunny spots. Bournemouth has all nautical features. Especially a seven-mile swathe of Blue Flag beaches with England’s main beach huts. Let's not forget traditional jetty and many ice cream kiosks as well.
In Bournemouth and in the funicular lift, rattle up cliffs either to look at the Isle of Wight and meet the local kestrels and green lizards. Or to see the flowering of the Chinese gardens below. Hop out to one of the traditional villages of Dorset and explore boutiques, farmers markets and antiques when the tea is served in the afternoon. After darkness, it’s time to walk in trendy wine bars feeling as if you are in a dream before seeing a show in the West End straight away. Good Lord, what else?
It’s the beginning of a new year in the most colourful seaside resort in the UK and so amazing! In addition, Brighton’s untouched seven-mile shoreline is the right setting for both fascinating winter walks and sporting preparations. There are acres of space is “the coast with the most” for outdoor activities or chatter on the water. Furthermore, walk, run or bike on sandy beaches through victorious gardens. Through the beautiful cliff tops and overlooking the sea and picture-perfect sunsets by surfing, paddleboard or jet skiing and all is at your choice.
Bournemouth Tourist Attractions
Stroll and find plenty of room around Bournemouth, whether you are looking for probably an iconic, old-fashioned hotel or cozy, family-run B&B. When the winter is set, you can spend a wonderful day not only in a museum, amusements and but also in an enormous cinema complex. In the heart of the city, you will also find hundreds of busy restaurants, cafes and bars.
Stop after a day spent in our selection of high street shops or department stores. Have a bite in one of our theatre or concert venues before enjoying the show. On the cliff tops are delicately dotted coastal villages of Boscombe, Southbourne and Westbourne. Due to their self-catering boutiques and brasseries, which allow the coast to live. And, the Bournemouth Bay Run will return. The resort bubbles excitement before another great summer season, showing us no signs of slowing down after the festive season. These are fabulous ways of getting fit, family fun and a packed program of rich cultural events in the city.
Things to do in Bournemouth
The biggest attraction for Bournemouth is its generous sand drift, we all know that. Although good weather brings thousands of beachgoers, people who are less fond of crowds still can find calm stretches. Take a dip (the microclimate here sees some of the UK’s warmest sea water temperatures), relax in a deckchair or grab an ice cream from a beachfront stall. Because of this goodness, Bournemouth is one of the best international summer school destinations. So, many education providers offer English summer camps in Bournemouth. The Bournemouth Pier is the obvious location to start regarding attractions. Step past the candy floss, funfair and slot machines to make the world’s first pier- to- shore zip wire for a ride.
Maybe, Rock Reef indoor wall is a good bet for family fun with wet weather. Take a surfboard if there’s a swell and try your chance to catch a flood. There are no concerns. The odds are you have perfect paddle boarding conditions. Rent a board at Boscombe Beach or from Surf Steps. Poole Harbor is spread out over uninhabited islands to the west of the town whereas the island of Brownsea has beautiful walks in woods with native red squirrels. The crossing of Brownsea Island Ferries from Sandbanks is a good idea. Visit the oceanfront for closed meetings with otters, stingrays and African penguins.
Highlights of Bournemouth
First of all, start your day within a café specializing in roasting its own beans. Go beyond the black, long and white to try something out of the ordinary, as a high tide cold-brew served on ice with an orange wedge. There is neither fish nor chips and you can’t visit the coast. Therefore, take your classic meal around the Bournemouth Pier or choose burgers, wings or salads all with a magnificent sea view.
Consequently, the East Cliff Hall. It was built in 1901 and is now a museum looking down from the cliffs of the Bournemouth Pier. The fancy confectionery comes in large part from the French, the Moors, the Japanese, the Renaissance and the Scots of the Baronial style.
Finally, eat, swim, shop, marvel and have fun. Most of it, look at what this glorious seaside town is all about also. Explore Bournemouth with us.