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Let your worries drift away at Weymouth Beach

Weymouth's glorious, sandy beach stretches over three miles, and lies just outside the town's historic harbour and town centre. Visitors can enjoy a wide range of entertainment here, from traditional seaside staples like Punch and Judy and donkey rides to live music, fast-paced beach volleyball tournaments, and fireworks displays in the summer.

A walk around Weymouth

With one of the warmest climates anywhere in the UK, and within easy reach of the Jurassic Coast UNESCO World Heritage Site, Weymouth is the ideal base for exploring the gorgeous county of Dorset. From its exceedingly popular beach to historical attractions like its rustic harbour and Nothe Fort to family attractions like the Jurassic skyline, Weymouth has countless adventures and curiosities to discover. Dive right in, and see what all the fuss is about!

Nothe Fort - a relic of Weymouth's turbulent past

Nothe Fort is one of the most well-known historical attractions in the Weymouth area, and frequently a venue for popular public events. Whether your know a little or a lot about military history, the fort offers an immersive and fascinating experience for the whole family, detailing a fascinating story stretching over 150 years.

Planning a trip to Weymouth Beach? Travelodge Bournemouth Seafront Hotel is an hour's drive away via the A35.