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Weymouth Activities

Keep active and have fun when you're on holiday in Weymouth. From water sports and boat trips to bingo and mini golf - there are enough activities on offer to suit all ages and tastes.

As a seaside town, it's perhaps not surprising that waterborne activities are popular choices. Scuba diving, kayaking, fihsing and stand-up paddle boarding are all a part of the mix.

If you're more of a landlubber then Weymouth doesn't disappoint either. Horse riding, coasteering, bowling are all on offer. Here's a selection of activities to get you started...

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