Quick Guide to Bournemouth
A surfers' paradise on England's south coast, Bournemouth is a tourist's dream, with sandy beaches, warm weather and plenty of gardens and countryside to take a wander through.
Bournemouth is remarkably neat and very close to picture perfect. Roundabouts commonly feature flower arrangements and finely cut grass, whilst Bournemouth hotels take the form of brilliant white Victorian buildings that shine bright in the sun.
The beach trails for seven miles along the southern Dorset coastline, and during the height of summer, it can really compete with some of the more popular European resorts. Mix in bohemian suburbs, a lively town centre and easy access to the New Forest and you can easily see why this traditional seaside resort is remains an ever-popular holiday destination.
Fab holidays for:
Traditional seaside holidays, Families, Southern English sunshine
Did you know?
The colourful wooden beach huts that line many of Bournemouth's beaches may look quaint, but they sell for as much as £30,000.