With seven miles of golden sand Blue Flag beach, breaks to Bournemouth give you a sunny climate and extraordinary sea views. Pastel coloured beach huts line the promenade, which can be explored on foot or aboard the seasonal land train for a leisurely ride. Take the historic funicular to the top of the cliffs or relax on the seafront with a traditional fish and chips followed by an ice-cream. Sight seeing flights depart from Bournemouth Airport for a thrilling chance to see the surrounding coastline and Dorset countryside, or you can drive or take the train to a nearby village or national park. On breaks to Bournemouth, as night falls the wine bars and restaurants come alive so enjoy a night on the town or catch a show straight from the West End.
Information below is based on average highest temperature for each month.
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When to Visit
Below gives you information and a rating of the best time of year to visit.