Bournemouth and Poole

Bournemouth and Poole

Blog Posts for Bournemouth and Poole

Bournemouth and Poole are seaside resort towns on the south coast of England.

They have been important regional centres for centuries with a variety of tourist attractions such as sandy beaches, various boat trips and visits to Brownsea Island which was once home to Lord Baden-Powell who played his part in the origin of the world's Scout movement.

Poole being around 3 hours commute to London, and poetically referred to as the “town of two halves”, is served by Poole Harbour and lies at the northern end of a long peninsula known as Studland Bay.

The historic maritime centre has been supplemented with modern shopping areas, cafe's and restaurants making the seaside town's a haven for tourists all year round.

We write lots of blog posts from each individual area of free activities to do. Have a look at our blog posts from Bournemouth and Poole, by clicking the links below:


Free Things to do in Bournemouth and Poole


Cycling Routes in Dorset


Forest Walks in Dorset


Local Delicacies from Dorset


Bournemouth Beach and Pier