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Weymouth: The Naples of England


Affectionately known as ‘The Naples of England’ in some quarters, Weymouth is one of the most beautiful – and diverse – seaside resorts in the United Kingdom. Situated in the south of England and benefitting from one of the warmest climates in the country as a result, the town boasts a wide assortment of attractions for travellers of all ages. So whether you want to sample the glorious golden sands of Weymouth Beach or discover aquatic delights at the Weymouth SEA LIFE Adventure Park, a visit to the town is full of exciting things to experience!



Something for Everyone


Although it is a common destination for families, this doesn’t mean that Weymouth is lacking in attractions for other demographics. With its warm weather, picturesque seafront, charming hotels and guest houses, pristine beach, and stunning views, the resort is an ideal location for travellers that are seeking a relaxing retreat. And if something a little more exhilarating is part of your holiday itinerary, the town does not disappoint in this area either. This is exemplified by activities such as the Fantasy Island Fun Park and Jurassic Safari, the latter of which sees you escorted via a 4x4 vehicle into normally inaccessible areas to explore local history, scenery and wildlife. As for those wanting to enjoy standard points of interest seen in most England towns, Weymouth also offers the convenience of various shopping, dining and drinking options.



Unique Seaside Fun


In terms of attractions that you should include on your ‘to do’ list, the Weymouth Harbour is almost an obligatory place to visit when in town. Quaint, beautiful and featuring a variety of dining choices, it’s no wonder that booking a hotel in this area of town can prove to be difficult! As for an extra slice of history, the Nothe Fort is a highly acclaimed point of interest in Weymouth. Originating from the 19th century, this fort doubles as a museum and teaches the town’s role when it comes to Britain’s naval past. Oh, and don’t forget to discover the Sandsfoot Castle if you want to take in some ancient ruins. With all that said, do not feel like historic sites are all that the resort features in terms of attractions. Outside the town centre you will find Fantasy Island Fun Park, which boasts a nice selection of rides and amusements. The Warmwell Holiday Park Ski Slope magnifies the excitement in Weymouth, with this unique activity offering a large snowboard and ski slope… In the south of England! Further unique fun can be found at the stunning Sandworld Sculpture Park, while the RSPB Weymouth Wetlands at Radipole Lake Nature Reserve is a haven for wildlife sightings.

Countless Dining Choices


From the traditional – and essentially mandatory whenever at the seaside – fish and chips to high-end restaurants, you are spoilt for choice when it comes to dining out in Weymouth. To exemplify this, contemporary yet homely eateries are dotted around the town, where you can sample the likes of handmade pies and delicious burgers. Yet to go for something a little more exotic and out of the ordinary, highly regarded food places that serve the likes of Indian, Thai, Italian and Mediterranean cuisine can also be found with minimal effort. Furthermore, and if you are looking to extend your night out following an evening meal, Weymouth has plenty of nightlife options available. From casual watering holes where you can unwind with a drink to energetic nightclubs, the resort is no slouch when it comes to late night celebrations!



Shopping by the Sea


Wanting to purchase home comforts, gifts for others or even personal treats? Well you will be happy to note that you can purchase all that (and more) from the numerous shops in Weymouth. As for where you should be aiming for, the shopping areas of the resort are primarily split into two main districts: St Thomas Street and St Mary Street. Yet whichever street you decide to visit first, you’ll find a wide assortment of famous chains, independent stores and gift shops. As for a specific shopping-related place to visit when in Weymouth, the Brewers Quay Emporium is a famous landmark that is ripe for exploring. With its history dating back to 1742 as a brewery, the building is now home to a varied selection of market stalls where you can grab unique bargains to take home after your stay at the seaside!

Price range

from ‎£34to ‎£485