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Hotels & Vacation Rentals Near Bournemouth Beach, UK From 46 USD

Jake
Published Oct 31, 2017

While visiting the Poole area on England’s southern coast, don’t miss the beautiful, sandy beaches of Bournemouth. Amble through the waves or sand from the end of April through the beginning of October. The Bournemouth Pier is a landmark not to be missed on your trip to the beach. While on the pier, play in the hottest arcades. Stroll further along to find merchants selling ice cream, sun hats, and more. Grab a bite to eat at the Key West Restaurant or maybe a drink at the Aruba Bar. If you are feeling truly adventurous, try the Pier Zip Wire running from the end of the pier back to Bournemouth Beach. If you need a break from the outdoors but still want to check out sea life, head over the Oceanarium, Bournemouth’s aquarium, to enjoy watching and learning about 150 different species of fish. For your lodging needs, check out the hotels and vacation rentals near Bournemouth Beach from the list below.

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Jake is currently making his way across Europe while petsitting various animals along the way. He has taught in American schools from coast to coast in Los Angeles and Baltimore as well as his...Read more

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