About Poole

 Poole is a large and popular seaside resort, attracting visitors with its large natural harbour and Blue Flag beaches. The town has a commercial port, offering freight and passenger ferry services (connecting with the Channel Islands of Jersey and Guernsey), as well as the French port town of Saint-Malo.

Brownsea Island

Brownsea Island is a fun place that is perfect for a relaxing day out with friends, family and young children. It can be found in Poole Harbour.

The lovely island offers breath-taking views. When visiting you will find a variety of wildlife including birds, kingfishers, and red squirrels.

Sandbanks Beach

Sandbanks beach can be found in the Poole Harbour on the south coast of England. The sandbank is a beautiful golden colour and surrounded by picturesque scenery.

It is one of the most popular beaches for tourists, with activities such as crazy golf, a children's play area and the Sandbanks Beach Cafe all available nearby.

Poole Harbour

Poole Harbour is a pleasant place to visit and offers amazing views.

There are some nice pubs and restaurants to eat at and also boat trips that can take you on a tour around the harbour. It is also worth visiting the Poole Museum Shop, where they sell a variety of gifts and souvenirs.

Eating And Drinking In Poole

Eating And Drinking In Poole

Rancho Steakhouse offers a truly brilliant south American dining experience. The very popular Steakhouse aims to offer a truly authentic South American dining experience.

Upon entering, you are greeted with a brightly lit and welcoming atmosphere that welcomes diners of all ages. The servers provide excellent service, while the food is delicious and satisfying.

Rockfish Poole is located close to the quay and offers a fantastic seafood selection.

The chefs serve fresh seafood dishes daily, which are cooked to order. The warm and welcoming surroundings are ideal for families or friends wanting to dine out in a relaxed environment, with a beautiful view overlooking Poole Harbour.

Quay Spice is a restaurant in Poole specialising in Indian food. They locally source the ingredients to serve up their delicious menu, which includes dishes such as Tikka Masasala, Chicken Korma and Bhuna.

Things To Do In Poole

Things To Do In Poole

If you’re looking for an Animal attraction in Poole, don’t miss out on this one, it is an award-winning attraction.

The Farm Park is the perfect destination for young children and the whole family. With something to offer everyone, there is always something exciting happening here. We would advise to pre-book before coming to Farmers Palmers.

Compton Acres is a stunning venue with a tea room and restaurant. Beautifully maintained, the gardens are a must see.

The tea rooms have a good selection of refreshments while visitors enjoy the delights of the garden or book ahead and enjoy lunch or afternoon tea in the beautiful surroundings of Compton Acres.

This well-established park has recently been refurbished and is a fantastic place to spend the day with family. There is plenty of room for children to play on the play equipment, a tennis court for grown ups and various walking/cycling routes.

Shopping In Poole

Shopping In Poole

The Dolphin Centre is an excellent place to shop. Not only is there a good selection of shops within the centre itself, there are many right outside within walking distance. Inside you’ll find Starbucks, The Body Shop, Bhavi Beauty and many more.

Poole is a great shopping destination, with a large selection of chain stores and independent shops. The high street stretches from Poole Quay to the Dolphin Shopping Centre. There are plenty of cafés and restaurants in the town centre where you can take a break and relax.

Located only a 25-minute drive from Poole in Dorset, Bournemouth is a great place to visit for high street shopping, entertainment and nightlife.

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