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“A firm favourite with many people. I've not chanced it since a near miss with my then 2 year old mistaking a lemur's tail for a bell-pull. Hasn't currently reopened. Keep checking:”
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“Part of the Jurassic Coast, experience some proper history with a visit here, and make sure to take advantage of one of the many tour guide packages available.”
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History Museum
“Bovington Tank Museum is an interesting interactive place to visit. Great for a rainy day if you are looking for something to do inside. ”
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Natural Feature
“Site of the worlds first Scout camp in 1907. Walk to the Quay, then a short boat trip and a walk through the woods to see the Peacocks and RED squirrels, It makes a great long half day out. ”
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“Unique sightseeing place between Studland and Swanage. Amazing views all round.”
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“A real treat for the foodies. Delicious food from home-grown or local produce. Eat out on the terrace to make the most of the beautiful Studland views. On the slightly pricier side but absolutely worth it. Often has a waiting list so book early to avoid disappointment!”
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“High quality sea food with gorgeous views over Poole harbour. Perfect for an 'occasion' dinner.”
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“Roughly 54 miles from Southampton, Durdle Door (sometimes written Durdle Dor) is a natural limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast near Lulworth in Dorset, England. It is owned by the Welds, a family who own 12,000 acres in Dorset in the name of the Lulworth Estate. It is open to the public. We visited there recently and were stunned at the scenery and beaches. A real marvel and an amazing place to visit if you’re in the Dorset area, highly recommended! ”
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Bátur eða ferja
“Award winning beach with soft golden sands and breathtaking views. Great facilities including children’s play area, restaurants, cafes and shops ”
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“The Jurassic Coast is a hugely diverse and beautiful landscape underpinned by incredible geology of global importance. In 2001 it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Jurassic Coast begins at Orcombe Point in Exmouth, Devon, and continues for 95 miles to Old Harry Rocks, near Swanage, Dorset. This span takes in four distinct geographic regions – East Devon, West Dorset, Weymouth & Portland and Purbeck – each containing their own iconic towns, villages and natural landscapes. The Jurassic Coast is England’s only natural World Heritage Site. It was inscribed by UNESCO for the outstanding universal value of its rocks, fossils and landforms.”
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“The largest arts centre in the country outside of London, also home to the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. There are loads of events going on year-round, as well as a cinema.”
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“As you drive past multi million pound houses, you'll see a bay, amazing for kitesurfing, windsurfing and paddleboarding. Continue round and you'll find an incredible sandy beach that continues for miles all the way through Branksome, Bournemouth to Heignsbury Head.”
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“Great views with a beautiful cafe where you can stop for a coffee or a bit to eat.”
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“The quaint village of Worth Matravers has some wonderful walks in addition to an award-winning pub, The Square and Compass, famous for its top quality live music, homemade pasties ,cider and ales and fossil museum. Check out their website for some great events such as stone carving, sausage and cider festival. A great place visit after a coastal walk - sit and have a drink while enjoying spectacular views. There is a carpark just around the corner - a short walk to the pub.”
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“Bustling quay area with lots of pubs, restaurants, cafes. Boat trips for fishing or sight seeing available from Quay”
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“Ideal for young children - indoor and outdoor adventure playgrounds, farm animals, tractor & trailer rides.”
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