Poole Tourism Brochure
With a unique mixture of fascinating history, a bustling quay and stunning beaches including Britain's best beach, Sandbanks, a visit to Poole is a must in 2013. Poole's stunning natural harbour and striking peninsula is the largest in Europe, providing the perfect location for watersports. The superb environment is rivalled only by its spectacular summer events programme, top attractions and a great dining scene.
Poole Quay provides a great base to just sit back and watch the visiting tall ships, luxury sunseekers and fishing vessels. Enjoy the views across Poole Harbour with one of the many harbour cruises available or set sail for the National Trust's Brownsea Island. You will find a variety of fine dining restaurants and a selection of top quality pubs and cafes both on and surrounding Poole Quay.
Poole is a town rich in history and has a beautiful Old Town to explore. Use the cockle trail leaflet available from Poole Welcome Centre to find out more about this area. To experience the towns unique and colourful past make sure you visit Poole Museum (free entry) close to the quayside.
2013 plays host to Wave 105.2FM Summertime in the South spectacular events programme, visit Poole Tourism for further information.
Exciting events, a bustling quayside, exhilarating watersports and a stunning beach to rival any abroad, Poole is the perfect location for your holiday!