Corfe View Poole

Attractions in Poole Dorset

local transport links

local transport links

Route One Bus passes in front of Sandbanks View every 15 minutes.

It connects with the Bus & Railway Station

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Pooles' Glorous Beaches

Pooles' Glorous Beaches

Britain's best beaches

Three miles of golden sands, clean clear waters and contemporary waterside bars and restaurants.

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compton acres

compton acres

Compton Acres is one of the finest privately owned gardens in Southern England. Enjoy fantastic gardens, café tea rooms, plant centre, gift shop and much more.

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poole quay

poole quay

Poole quay has a long history dating back to Roman times, from the 16th to the 19th century many fishing vessels sailed from Poole to fish off Newfoundland for cod.

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splashdown waterpark

splashdown waterpark

One of the South’s largest leisure complexes, Splashdown is home to 13 thrilling indoor and outdoor* flumes and under 5’s splash zone and toddler 3D effect reef.

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monkey world

monkey world

The 65-acre park is home to the stars of TV’s ‘Monkey Life’ and ‘Monkey Business’, and has been providing sanctuary for rescued and endangered primates from around the world since 1987!

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swanage railway

swanage railway

This award-winning standard gauge preserved steam railway is located in Swanage and runs for 6 miles past Corfe Castle.

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poole town centre

poole town centre

The town centre is situated in the heart of Poole and stretches from the waters edge at Poole Quay up to the Dolphin Shopping Centre.

It was one of the South Coasts most important medieval ports.

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sandbanks beach

sandbanks beach

Poole's premier Blue Flag Beach is one of the best beaches on the South Coast.

With over five kilometres of golden sand along the Sandbanks peninsula in Poole Bay it is rated among the top five beaches in the country.

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corfe castle

corfe castle

This iconic castle is a favourite for adults and children alike; be captivated by the romantic castle ruins with breathtaking views across Purbeck.

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Poole - Things To Do

poole park

poole park

Famous for its aquatic birds and miniature railway, Poole's Victorian park is great venue for relaxing.

Opened in 1890 by HRH Edward Prince of Wales, the park enjoys an open aspect to the south with extensive views across Poole Harbour.

brownsea island ferries

brownsea island ferries

Est.1887 - Poole's Oldest Boat Company with the newest luxury boats - leaving from the Yellow Kiosks on Poole Quay.

Ferries to Brownsea Island & Harbour tours. 

hamworthy park

hamworthy park

Hamworthy Park Beach is a traditional seaside park located in Poole with a quaint sandy beach with fantastic views over Poole Harbour and the Purbecks.

Poole - Food & Drink Recommendations

Restaurant Recommendations Poole

Restaurant Recommendations Poole

From fishermans cafes to up market celebrity restaurants, Poole really has it all.

delicatessans and cafes

delicatessans and cafes

There are numerous coffee shops and cafes on The Quay and nearby.

Poole Bars and Pubs

Poole Bars and Pubs

Numerous choices all along the Quay or nearby in the Old town centre.