The backdrop to Weymouth Beach is an impressive Georgian seafront and the views include the stunning Jurassic coastline, rated as one of the UK's 'must see' attractions. Hire a deckchair and enjoy.
Weymouth's vibrant Old Harbour is one of the UK's most picturesque - watch crabs, lobsters and sea fish being landed or take the heritage trail to uncover the harbour's links to the D-Day landings, Black Death and the Spanish Armada.
Weymouth's 17th Century Waterfront is the launch pad for lots of boating tours. It's the location for lots of festivals and events throughout the year, and is a top spot to relax with many alfresco restaurants, bars and cafes.
Much of the region is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with unspoilt countryside appealing to walkers and cyclists. The amazing Radipole Lake, which is only a few minutes walk from Weymouth Centre, is a wetland reserve for bird watching - many exotic species from across the world visit. There is an easily accessible trail with audio commentary and viewing platforms.