The summer seems to be exceptionally late this year. Fingers cross anyway! And let’s plan what to do when sunshine comes!
Bournemouth is not only a big coastal town on the south coast of England, but its 95miles of coastline is also renowned as the east of Jurassic coast. This gorgeous town is definitely one of the places to visit and offers wide range of activities.
What can you do for free this summer in Bournemouth?
1. Surfing, Windsurfing and Kitesurfing
Waist-deep waters and long sandy beaches make Dorset country the perfect place to learn or improve your surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing skills. The top 5 places to catch some waves are Kimmeridge Bay, Bournemouth Beach (The Pier and at Southbourne), Highcliffe Beach, Dulston Point and Lyme Regis.
Open and free to use, this remarkable features on Boscombe Beach offers bouldering challenges with various routes to climb up, down and traverse across. You will find a guide displayed on site, ensuring you have fun and safety both.
Volleyball is energetic, fun and perfect for summer sports. You will find lot of places across Dorset Beach where you can place your court and enjoy it with friends.
Discovering new places riding a bike always is a good idea. On this website you can find various cycle routes or even walking routes if you like to go on your foot.
5.BBQ party on the beach
What better way to end a summer’s day on the beach than with a BBQ! So you’ll be pleased to know that the beaches of Bournemouth and Poole allow you to do just that. You can have a BBQ on the beach after 6.00pm