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Take the plunge and enjoy adrenaline-fuelled watersports or pursue more leisurely waterside activities along the 10 miles of stunning shoreline between the seaside towns of Bournemouth and Poole. With so much on offer, there’s something for everyone on the coast with the most! From Hengistbury Head in the east to Sandbanks in the west, this stretch of coastline comprises a nature reserve, the UK’s first and only Coastal Activity Park and the world’s second largest natural harbour. Soak it all up by boat, on board a local bus or as part of a guided tour. Alternatively, explore the coastline at your own pace on foot or by bike. For thrill-seekers, head to the Coastal Activity Park at Boscombe, packed with activities on sand, land and sea. As well as watersports including surfing and stand-up paddle-boarding, take your pick from tutor-led volleyball and snorkelling sessions, or make your own

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fun and challenge friends and family to a football or touch rugby game on the beach. The park also features a 16-station outdoor gym located along the beach and a musical trail on Boscombe Pier. At Bournemouth Pier and beyond, you’ll find super spots to paddle or swim as well as plenty of places to jet ski and kite surf. Heading west along the coastline into Poole you’ll find beautiful beaches at Sandbanks as well as plenty of watersports to try in the harbour. If you’re looking for something a little less energetic, enjoy a relaxing boat cruise or hire a charter for the day or afternoon.


Bournemouth Destination Guide 2016