Ask anyone about where the best place to go on the South Coast for the sun and sea is, and most people will answer Bournemouth. However, located just next door is one of the world’s largest natural harbours, said to be second only to Sydney’s in size. Poole Harbour is a wealth of exciting opportunities for water sports enthusiasts to engage in their favourite pastime activities.
From recreational sailing to adrenaline-fuelled water sports, Poole Harbour offers a safe haven thanks to its sheltered waters which are extensive in scope. The scenery is a sight to behold with various mudflats and salt marches dotted about for water-goers to enjoy. Such areas are of great ecological value for feeding and roosting birds and are sure to provide much in the way of visual appeal to those visiting Poole Harbour.
Our historic quayside and beautiful harbour sit right next to one of the finest beaches in all of England as well as not one, but three World Heritage Sites. Visitors to Poole Harbour are just a short distance from the Jurassic Coast, Stonehenge and the City of Bath.