Renowned for its beautiful beaches, the soft sand and shallow water in the bay are perfect for children's summer fun. Enjoy traditional seaside pleasures like the Punch and Judy shows, donkey rides and pedallos, ice cream and fish and chips, or just sit in a deckchair and take in the views of this beautiful town, the home of Olympic Sailing 2012. The Esplanade, with wonderful Georgian buildings on the seafront, along with monuments such as the Clock Tower and King George's statue. The beautiful modern marina and old harbour where fishing boats, yachts and modern cruisers moor, overlooked by 'olde worlde merchants houses, fishermans cottages and friendly pubs and restaurants.
With the summer sunshine of 2016 ahead, Weymouth has much to offer. In the old town, restaurants, tearooms, pubs and art galleries can be found along with an array of high street shops.Â Â Â Make friends with the penguins and giant crab at the Sealife centre or experience the spectacular views from the Sealife Tower. See the amazing sculptures at Sandworld. Enjoy an evening out at the Pavilion Theatre or a meal at one of Weymouth's many restaurants. If you fancy something more lively then many of the local pubs have live music and there are several clubs located in the old town. Weymouth also has a ferry port connecting it to the Channel Islands and France, attracting many travellers and business people, for day trips or longer.
Combining all this with the many beach activities and local tourist attractions such as Nothe Fort, The Tank Museum, Monkey World, Lulworth Cove, Durdle Dor and the outstanding beauty of the Jurassic coastline, Weymouth makes a wonderful holiday destination.
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