Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Sun Kissed Weekend at Bournemouth, Miami of the The UK

Bournemouth
Bournemouth is a picturesque country of Dorset. This British seaside town on England south coast has been a European holiday hotspot for decades. Bournemouth is known as an epicentre of cultural and entertainment. Tourist flocks here to enjoy the stunning beaches, quirky shops, delicious cafes and the elusive British sunshine. Bournemouth is a popular tourist destination. It has magnificent beaches and is a vibrant cosmopolitan town. It’s perfect for a weekend break.

If ever you’re looking for an activity to burn off some energy then take a look at our rundown of thing to do in Bournemouth.

Have a fun family outing and take a boat trip in Dorset. It starts at Tuckton Tea Gardens, the Vintage Ferry Service runs down to Mudeford Sandbank stopping at Wick ferry and Christchurch Quay. At Tuckton Tea Gardens, there are bumper boats, rowing boats and self drive motor boats also available to hire.

Bournemouth Shakespeare Players is an amateur dramatic company worth noting. It is presided over by none other than Dame Judi Dench. The company puts up Shakespeare productions every year at prestigious venues like the Christchurch Priory House Garden, which will be the venue for their 40th anniversary production of a Midsummer Night’s dream in the00 summer of 2018. They often have open auditions, classes and workshop.

Ice Skate Bournemouth is a popular outdoor rink which sits pride of place in the town’s lower garden. The ice rinks arrival marks the beginning of Christmas, as it’s always beautifully lit up with twinkling lights- particularly beautiful after dark. There is also a separate child friendly Ice rink, rinky Dinks, where tiny tots can safely play on the ice away from the bigger Kids.

Jet Ski Safaris (POOLE): Jet skiing is a thrilling way to enjoy Bournemouth and Poole’s vast expanses of open water. There’s plenty of space to burn up the water on your aquatic motorbike. Take suggestions from a qualified personal watercraft instructor before exploring Poole Harbour and heading out on the open sea. If you are not a confident swimmer or you want to plan a group experience Jet Ski safaris also offer charted powerboat and rib rides.

Bournemouth Oceanariums is the ideal spot for families. Whether you want to greet the sharks or come face to face with otters, take a trio under water at this popular attraction.

If you’re looking for fine dining with sea view, or a quick bite to eat before you head out to a local cocktail bar, Bournemouth has the answer. The Ramada is the best with hundred of eateries within walking distance.

Coastline adventure is for those couples looking to get their hearts racing. There are a number of water sports like surfing, sea kayaking, slack lining paddle boarding, co steering and body boarding. You can also try your hand at jet skiing or windsurfing, if you are looking for something a bit more adventurous.

Nightlife in Bournemouth: If ever you are looking for a night out with a group of friends or on a romantic date, there is something for everyone. There are plenty of brilliant place perfect for hen and stag parties and the Triangle has many Lesbian and gay venues. Head to canvas for a night filled with fun and frolics. Best of music, drinks and food is served in our unique loft bar setting. If you are looking to unshackle yourself from the burdens of the working week and catch up with some friends then this is the place to be. Most of the top night life spots are in the town centre and surrounding areas and in walking distance from most central hotels.

Visiting Bournemouth brings you all the best things to do in and around Bournemouth to make the most of your stay.

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