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About Poole

Located in Dorset, on the southern coast of England, Poole is primarily attractive for being a coastal area. So, sea lovers can get cheap flights to Poole for their next holiday.

Its main attraction lies along the quay front, an area punctuated with gift shops, cafes and restaurants with a scenic view of yachts. There are many hotels in Poole to accommodate you comfortably.

Pool Quay, with its vibrant and lively air, forms one of its major tourist attractions. You will simply love its busy marina, scenic views, boat cruises and the wide choice of cafes, bars, pubs and restaurants. Besides, it is a paradise for shoppers too. If you are someone who do not like to be involved in the hustle and bustle, you can simply sit back and watch yachts, fishing boats and vessels coming and going at Pool Quay.

Brownsea Island should not be missed at any cost. It is basically a nature reserve, featuring woodland and heaths, which is located at the mouth of Poole Harbour. Covering an area of about 500 hectares, this island is home to varied wildlife and avifauna. You will get ferries for the island from Quay.

The Poole Park is an urban park located near Poole Harbour. It has been a popular tourist spot since the Victorian era. Its attractions include children’ s playgrounds, a cricket field, a ridable miniature railway, miniature golf, bowling green etc. You can also enjoy water-sports like sailing, kayaking, windsurfing and rowing.

The Poole Bay or the Bournemouth Bay in the English Channel, running from the mouth of Poole Harbour to Hengistbury Head, is surely a reason to book cheap flights to Poole. It is beautified by steep sandstone cliffs and ‘chines’ that allow you to go down to the golden beaches lying below.

Another place that is worth a visit is Ballard Down. Located on the Purbeck Hills, it is a chalk-downland region. With Ballard Down as the headland, the hills merge into the English Channel here. The New Forest, a major tourist spot, is immensely popular with campers. Its main attraction is the woodland itself. There are areas of upland streams and heathland in it.

You should also make it a point to see the Poole Bridge when touring the spectacular city of Poole.

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