Poole; Once the stomping ground for dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures of all shapes and sizes - now a thriving natural harbour, home to sailing boats, water sports and fringed with stunning walks and woodland. It's the coastal region that should be visited by all who come to the UK's shores. Book Poole tickets and tours and you will soon be exploring one of England's most beautiful coastline regions. Head out along the Jurassic Coast lar in search of dinosaur bones, take a cruise around the harbour or head along the coastline to the popular resort of Swanage. A place that is as about quintessentially British as you could wish for. Poole is your starting point to enjoying the heritage coastline. Breath in the fresh sea air and explore.
* Combine your Poole visit: Why not visit nearby attractions like Stonehenge near Salisbury. Enjoy the natural scenery and see one of the wonders of the world. * London isn't far away: Poole is two hours away from London. So make the most of the capital and enjoy the seaside vibes. It's a perfect combination.
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Best time to visit
Spring and summer are the most pleasant times to visit Poole. Although that is also high season, so can be busy with holidaymakers. Autumn can be lovely, but the weather is unpredictable at this time of year. Prepare for all weathers and temperatures whatever the season.
Due to Poole's natural harbour, and it's size! The best way to travel is by your own means or public transport. Take the Route 1 bus, and that takes you to all the key attractions.
Did you know?
Impress your friends with these tidbits of information:
* Head to Poole Harbour, and you are looking at the largest natural harbour in Britain. take your time; there is plenty to see.
* Can you hear us on the radio? Well, it's reckoned that the world's earliest radio station was set up in Poole. Marconi did that in the Haven Hotel in Sandbanks Poole.
* Talking of Sandbanks, Poole is the most expensive place to live in Europe. Save up those pennies if you want to live here!