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Bournemouth AT a Glance
Bournemouth is a delightful coastal resort town situated on the south coast between Plymouth and Southampton in the county of Dorset, together with Christchurch and Poole it makes up the largest conurbation in the county with a population of over 400,000. Its prime coastal location and miles of award winning Blue Flag beaches have been attracting tourists to the area for many decades. It is an exciting cosmopolitan town surrounding by sparkling seas and miles of pristine rolling heathland, ideal for gentle walking and a plethora of water sports for the enthusiasts. There is always something to keep tourists occupied; Bournemouth is a thriving regional centre for entertainment, leisure and culture with an energetic youth culture established at the local university. In more recent years the image has changed considerably from one just for the elderly seating on deckchairs on the beach to a place with a buzzing nightlife filled with many great clubs, bars and restaurants all congregated in the town centre.
It is a well maintained town with over 200 listed buildings mainly from the Edwardian and the earlier Victorian ages when the town’s popularity soared giving the town a feeling of grandeur. There are countless attractions and amenities to suit all budgets and tastes from popular shopping excursions, surfing, boating to the very popular pier to pier stroll starting at either Boscombe Pier or Bournemouth and reversing your route. There are many scenic walks along the promenade and manicured gardens taking in wonderful vistas of the Isle of Wight and the Purbeck hills. This is a proper beach town destination with its cafes and restaurants, hotels and a great place for friends and families to have an ice cream, cake or cup of coffee whilst watching the world merrily pass you by. Nearby is the world famous Jurassic coastline dating back over 185 million years and popular for finding fossils and spectacular coastal rock formations like Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door.
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