The famous coastal town of Weymouth is one of the most popular destinations for holidays on the south coast of England. This entire part of Dorset is filled with places of immense natural beauty and charm, and the stunning scenery and landscapes can be enjoyed and savored throughout the year. Each season in Weymouth brings with it a brand new range of colours, aromas and feelings, and it is the perfect place for you to enjoy relaxing and rewarding family holidays.
Below you will find details of some of the most popular sights and attractions that you should experience when you are next in Weymouth.
Brewers Quay is situated other side of the historic old harbour of Weymouth. It was unique shopping village set in the paved courtyards and cobbled streets of
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The RSPB Radipole Lake is a truly unique wildlife reserve in Weymouth and one that plays a very important role in the ecosystem of the
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The Swannery Car Park is transformed each Thursday, (except in winter) when Weymouth holds its traditional outdoor market on the site. As one of the
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One of the main attractions for visitors to Weymouth is the famous soft sandy beach. Stretching along the coast and the Esplanade and beyond, this
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The railway came to Weymouth in 1857 and the original station was larger than the one we see today, which was built in 1986. In
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A short stroll along the Esplanade brings you to Weymouth's pretty 17th century harbour, a small port with a long maritime history. The two sides
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