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Weymouth Attractions

Weymouth's attractions ensure there’s never a dull moment whatever the weather: delve into the deep at the Sealife Adventure Park; marvel at the sand sculptures at Sandworld; check out the giant slide and go-karts at Leisureranch; test your swing at the Pirate Adventure Mini Golf; explore the underground passages at the Nothe Fort; reach for the skies on the Jurassic Skyline; and children can jump, climb and bounce at Sharky’s Fun Factory.

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12 Feb 2018
A walk along Weymouth Esplanade towards Preston will take you to Overcombe Corner, then continue up the hill to Bowleaze Cove where there’s a small beach and all the facilities you could want for a family day out. The beach is mainly small shingle and sand and ideal for those with dogs in tow as they are allowed on the beach throughout the year. If you are driving, there’s a large car park alongside the beach. Between Overcombe and Bowleaze is a large area of grass ... Read more...
12 Feb 2018
From the early departure of the fishing fleet to the evening return of the yachts that have enjoyed a day’s sailing, there is always something happening on and around Weymouth’s delightful harbourside. Find a comfortable spot to sit and you could spend hours engrossed in the action both on and off the water. Private motor cruisers and yachts of all sizes, with decks gleaming and ropes coiled in neat circles, pass to and fro in a constant parade. The taller-masted ... Read more...
12 Feb 2018
Covering 95 miles, from Orcombe Point in east Devon to Old Harry Rocks in Dorset, the Jurassic Coast is an unprecedented place where the history from millions of years is lying beneath your feet. In 2001, the coastline was listed as one of the UNESCO’s natural World Heritage sites due to it being one of the most significant Earth Science locations in the world. This is the only place in the world where the geology, exposed in cliffs for all to see, is a near-continuous ... Read more...

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