Shopping: Weymouth town centre has all the usual mainstream outlets, as
well as a
weekly market which can also be found in Portland and Dorchester.
In addition, Weymouth offers a Christmas market weekly throughout December.
The Jigsaw Shop, located behind Brewers Quay (note: Brewers Quay is currently closed), offers an array
of arts and crafts
crafts including bespoke jigsaw puzzles, painted wooden names and some
superb original paintings. Jigsaw Website: www.jigawfilms.me
Travel: Boats regularly leave the harbour on sight-seeing trips and fishing
excursions around the coast to places such as Portland, Lyme Regis and Swanage.
Sports: Golf, sea and coarse fishing, watersports, motorsports, canoeing, diving
shooting, horse riding, badminton, tennis, squash, paragliding and quad biking
name a few!
Restaurants: There are restaurants to suit all tastes are Weymouth; Italian,
Chinese, Indian, Thai, and of course, quintessentially English cuisine to
name a few. Most are child-friendly
Nature & Wildlife: For a pleasant day out why not try a walk in Lodmoor
Country Park or a visit to Abbotsbury Swannery. Alternatively, treat the kids to
an unforgettable trip to the Sea Life Centre or Monkey World? Whilst you're at the Sea Life Centre, you can also head next door to Sandworld afterwards to view the magnificent sand sculptures and ;earn how to make you own!
Places of Interest: Take a short drive to the Isle of Portland and see the
famous Portland Bill lighthouse, or perhaps take a stroll along Chesil Beach and
view The Fleet, Great Britain's biggest Tidal Lagoon, which forms part of the 95-
mile stretch of coastline which
runs from Orcombe Point in Devon to Old Harry
Rocks in Swanage, Dorset and makes up the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.
Nightlife: Catch a show at the Pavilion Theatre, have a drink by the beautiful
Old Harbour, or, for the younger or more energetic amongst you, try out some
of the many bars and clubs in the town.
Special Events: The International Kite Festival in July, Festival Week in August, which features the Red Arrows and
a Carnival Parade, motorcross on the beach, speed boat racing in the bay
and a spectacular Bonfire Night fireworks display, to a Victorian night held at Pavilion Theatre in December and the famous New Years Eve celebrations where
the majority of people wear fancy dress, you are sure to find something to suit
in Dorset - More than 80 FREE Devon walks to download, details
of all the books, maps and walking groups in the County.
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