One of England’s most enviable seaside locations with the world-famous sandbanks beach – seven miles of prestigious blue flag awarded sand to get between your toes!
Sandbanks is a small peninsula crossing the mouth of Poole Harbour on the English Channel coast at Poole in Dorset. It is well known for the highly regarded Sandbanks Beach and has, by area, the fourth highest land value in the world. The Sandbanks and Canford Cliffs Coastline area has been dubbed as “Britain’s Palm Beach”
Take the chain link ferry from Sandbanks over to Studland Bay on the Isle of Purbeck with its famous beaches and nature reserve or visit Brownsea Island which is the largest of the islands in Poole Harbour in the county of Dorset. The island is owned by the National Trust and much of the island is open to the public including areas of woodland and heath with a wide variety of wildlife, together with cliff top views across Poole Harbour and the Isle of Purbeck.