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If you're on your way to Guernsey or Jersey using one of our ferries from our Poole Terminal why not take some time out to explore this beautiful natural harbour. Condor Ferries Poole Terminal is easily accessible and offers a range of facilities. Services operate between Poole and Guernsey, Jersey and St. Malo, Brittany. Take a look at the Poole Destination Guide and Poole Ferry Times.

About Poole

The bustling port of Poole is a stunningly beautiful little harbour on the south coast in Dorset.Whether you are an expert or a beginner, Poole’s harbour and beaches are the perfect location for a range of water sports, from kayaking to windsurfing, kite boarding and sailing. A variety of local companies provide tuition or the hire of equipment.

Poole is blessed with having the largest natural harbour in Europe, making it the second largest in the world! It also boasts a multi award-winning beach, and a delightful mixture of the historic and modern.There are many family activities in Poole, whatever the weather. From March until October you can visit Brownsea Island, the birthplace of the scouting movement and one of the last strongholds of the Red Squirrel in southern Britain. Undisturbed by traffic, it is the ideal spot for walking or a picnic. Alternatively, Tower Park, the south coast’s largest entertainment centre provides entertainment for the whole family from bowling to cinema, a choice of restaurants and Splashdown offering 12 of the UK’s most exciting indoor and outdoor water slides.

Windfest, an annual free beach festival held every September, gives you the opportunity to have a go at different water sports and watch the pros in action, with bike shows, and water sport demonstrations amongst the activities for the weekend.

About Poole

Poole without a doubt has some of best beaches on the south coast if not in England with outstanding scenic views.Poole boasts our vast array of restaurants, with a variety of options available from beach cafés and bistros to gourmet harbour view restaurants. Due to its location, seafood is a popular option in the town, with a variety of restaurants providing locally caught seafood and fish.

As well as fish restaurants, all tastes are catered for with restaurants providing traditional British cuisine as well as Italian, Chinese and Indian among others.

Sandbanks beach in Poole has regularly held European 'Blue Flag' awards since the 1980s and is ranked within the top ten beaches in Europe. With its fine golden sand, gradually sloping beach and clean safe water, it's easy to understand why.

The beach is the ideal location for water sports, whether you are an expert or a beginner. There are many places offering equipment hire and providing tuition located in Sandbanks and the surrounding beaches.

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May 21, 2024
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