Weymouth is one of Britain’s oldest resorts, made popular by George III whose statue stands on the promenade. It has just about everything one could ask for in a seaside town: a lovely curving bay with soft sands, a fascinating harbour with interesting old pubs and cottages, the remains of a Tudor castle, some engaging architecture, a wide variety of shops and plenty to entertain both day and night. Add to this a bird reserve located central to town, a museum, an indoor swimming pool and lots of boat trips and you are sure to have an absorbing holiday.
Weymouth is a stunning jewel in Dorset’s ample crown, packed with quirky twists on seaside traditions. Coach holidays to Weymouth are full of promise for those seeking adventure and seaside charm alike.
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Sandworld Sculpture Park
Open for the tourist season, Sandworld is a unique visitor attraction that attracts thousands of visitors every year and has even appeared on television. Browse the incredible sand sculptures, learning about the talented craftsmen who made them. Visitors even have the chance to assist in the sculpting and maintaining of these spectacular sights!