Posted on 16/01/2019

Explore The Local Area


Explore The Local  Area

Christchurch, Bournemouth, and the rest of Dorset are full of natural wonders, exciting activities, beautiful hiking paths to take your dog and so much more. We really love it here and are proud to call it home, so take a look below at some of our favourite things to do.

Lulworth Cove - Open every day all year round, Lulworth Cove is one of the most breath taking destinations in Dorset. With crystal clear waters reminiscent of the Mediterranean, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is a must-visit. Some of the best nature the country has to offer.  

 







Hengistbury Head - Whether you're looking for walking routes with beautiful views, to get in touch with nature, to learn more about the 14,000 years of history, or want a fun day out with the kids, Hengistbury Head has something for everyone. Perfect for a quiet afternoon of exploration or an action-packed day of fun activities. You will often see us walking Teddie.








Mudeford Quay - Found at the entrance to Christchurch Harbour, Mudeford Quay is a beautiful destination which is renowned for its spectacular views out to sea and our hometown of Christchurch. It's the perfect place for a relaxing stroll or a coffee and cake in the cafe while you watch the world go by - dogs are welcome too!







Bournemouth Beach - Prepare yourself for seven miles of award-winning beaches. Some of the warmest sea temperatures in the UK, striking cliffs, and views over to the Isle of Wight combine to create the ultimate seaside experience. The beach also offers deck chairs, sunbeds, parasols, and windbreakers for hire. Dogs are welcome all year round on certain parts of the coastline but restricted in the busy months.








New Forest National Park - not only is this one of the most beautiful forests in the UK, New Forest National Park is home to a huge array of wildlife including rare butterflies and deer. Conservation is a cause close to their hearts, so get back to nature and admire the sheer beauty of one of the UK's national treasures.

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