Bournemouth: Picturesque scenery and vibrant nightlife
Bournemouth is one of those seaside destinations that just seems to
have it all. People living in the vibrant town are offered an
active lifestyle, a diverse array of places to dine and drink,
picturesque scenery and a buzzing nightlife.
The Bournemouth and Poole coast offers the widest range of
watersports in the UK, with 25 different ones to choose from,
catering to different levels of ability. Thrill seekers can choose
activities from sailing, surfing and kayaking to powerboating and
jet-skiing - these are just a few reasons to consider property for sale in Bournemouth.
Those who prefer the quieter things in life, however, may prefer to
take a stroll through the town’s scenic parks and gardens.
Bournemouth’s Gardens are split into three areas of Victorian
beauty. They start with the lower gardens which are adjacent to the
sea, and gradually lead up to the central gardens in the town
centre before rising further to the upper gardens.
During the summer months, the lower gardens play host to many
events and attractions, including concerts at the Pine Walk
Bandstand, the Aviary and Pinewalk Art Exhibition.
In addition, a visit Meyrick Park provides the opportunity to
partake in a number of sporting activities, such as golf, in
When the sun goes down, Bournemouth turns into a vibrant nightspot,
with bars, restaurants, pubs and clubs galore. Aruba is the bar to
go to if you’re a fan of scenery, as it offers a stunning 180
degrees view of Bournemouth’s beach as well as delicious
cocktails to get you in the mood for a fun night out.
Those who prefer a traditional pub should take a trip to the Goat
and Tricycle to sample one of its real ales. This watering hole
boasts up to 11 guest ales, which change every two to three
In addition, culture vultures will love the Bournemouth
International Centre and Pavillion Theatre which hosts a selection
of comedians, concerts and theatre productions straight from the