Poole is a coastal city in south-west England part of the conurbation with Bournemouth and Christchurch in Dorset County. Poole is an historic harbour city which is easily noticed by its relation with its bay and quay, Poole Quay is with no doubt the main townscape attraction where many goes to enjoy a drink on the many pubs terrace just by the water.
Brownsea Island is one major attraction in Poole Bay, where many can go for a day excursion. As being a protected National Trust managed park, Brownsea Island offers a majestic landscape and ecologic environment as well as being the centre of the Scoutism movement.
Sandbanks Beach, just at the entrance of Poole Bay is worth a hike, offering a view on Old Harry's rock as well as on some of the most valuable property of England. All while enjoying the sandy clean beach.
All said, Poole is a great starting point to go discover the majestic Jurassic Coast of Dorset and many other attraction (Corfe Castle, Lulworth Cove, Old Harry's rock...)
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