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Best things to do in Dorset

Cultural Center
“The close and cathedral provide a place of tranquility amidst the bustle of the city.”
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Zoo
“Delight in seeing all types of monkeys,apes and gorillas at Monkey World, made famous for rescuing these animals from all over the world. You can spend all day walking around this venue.”
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History Museum
“We are 3 miles from the Bovington Tank Museum. This is one of the must see venues for history buffs and tank lovers alike. You can spend the good part of the day just wandering throughout this great, world-renowned venue.”
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Bay
“Stunning cove that will transport you to the Med! It is a 45 - 50 min drive from West Bullen. Make a day out of it and include Durdle Door, Portland Bill, Abbotsbury and then take the coast road back for the stunning views. This is a wonderful day out.”
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Parque
“Forest setting. Cool shady easy walks. Go Ape climbing and zip wire experiences. Big play areas. Mini train rides, cafe and restaurant. Plenty of parking. ”
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Restaurante
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“This bar / restaurant is located on Boscombe Beach and again is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is a slightly more up-market restaurant upstairs which serves great food and has fantastic views or downstairs you can sit and just have drink or have something from the bar menu. Dogs are welcome here, but only downstairs.”
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Natural Feature
“Brownsea Island lies in Poole Harbour opposite the town of Poole in Dorset, England. It is the largest of eight islands in the harbour. The island can be reached by one of the public ferries or by private boat. There is a wharf and a small dock near the main castle. The island is 1 1⁄2 miles (2.4 km) long and 3⁄4 mile (1.2 km) wide and consists of 500 acres (200 ha) of woodland (pine and oak), heathland and salt-marsh.[2] The entire island, except the church and a few other buildings which are leased or managed by third parties, is owned by the National Trust. Most of the buildings are situated near the small landing stage. The northern portion of the island is a Nature Reserve managed by Dorset Wildlife Trust and an important habitat for birds; this part of the island has limited public access. A small portion to the southeast of the island, along with Brownsea Castle, is leased to the John Lewis Partnership for use as a holiday hotel for staff, and is not open to the public.”
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Establishment
“Hengistbury Head- Large Car Park and Cafe. You can walk over the Head with views of the beach (harder route) or You can walk through the woodlands by the river to the Hengistbury Head Spit or take the land train. Walking takes about twenty minutes, you will see lots of people walking, dog walkers and cyclist (no cars allowed to Spit). When you reach the spit there is lots of beach huts, river on one side and the sea on the other side. Great beach and Views. Cafe the Hut is in middle, also serves meals at night but best to book. Can also Park at Mudeford and get ferry across.”
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Barco o ferry
“Sandbanks is has the most beautiful beaches and also has the Gerry across to studland and swanage. ”
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Restaurante de mariscos
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“Perfect if you want to have a walk or spend the day at the beach and then have a long lazy lunch or dinner at The Hive overlooking the ocean. All fish is sourced locally. The food is amazing. ”
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Puerto / Marina
“The iconic Cobb wall is an historic stone pier that stretches out to sea to protect the harbour at Lyme Regis. It famously features in Jane Austen's 'Persuasion' and was a memorable feature of John Fowles' novel 'The French Lieutenant's Woman' and the film adaptation (1981) featuring Meryl Streep and Jeremy Irons. ”
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Museo de arte
“It's one of the few art galleries in the area but an iconic one in Bournemouth. Rated #2 of 79 things to do in Bournemouth on Trip Advisor! OPEN: 10am to 5pm, Tuesday-Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays. CLOSED: Mondays, Good Friday, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.”
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Hotel
“8 miles of sandy beach with food and refreshments along the way. A mini train runs along a big part of the promenade for those who don’t want to walk far. Swimming is considered very safe as it is a gentle slope into the water.”
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Restaurante de mariscos
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“Fabulous food with stunning views. Good idea to book, no dogs except on the balcony.”
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Pub
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“The food here is excellent - you can tell they use fresh ingredients and the menu has some interesting choices. It's very stylish - country and unpretentious but comfortable and inviting. It's also worth a visit for the drive through the Fonthill Bishop Estate - beautiful, stretched out well kept paddocks and fields with horses grazing and attractive wooden fences...Very English country! ”
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Colloquial Area
“Fabulous coastline with walks along the cliff tops into beautiful villages and towns. ”
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