Port of Poole
Ferry to Poole
Poole Ferry Port
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With an impressive natural harbor, the city of Poole develops around its old pier. Of great maritime and naval tradition, it is one of the main centers of sailing. Its golden sandy beaches attract many tourists as they are ideal for swimming, sunbathing and water sports. Sandbankes is the most awarded beach in Britain with a European Blue Flag.
One of the most outstanding visits in the city of Poole is the boat trip to Brownsea Island, an island of great beauty for its landscapes and acres of moorland and forest.
In the city the Cockle Trail will show you more than 750 years of history through the 78 bronze plaques that will mark the itinerary to follow. At the old pier you can enjoy the beautiful views of the harbor in one of the restaurants and bars.
About 28 km from Poole, the New Forest is ideal for cycling or walking, picnicking in the ancient forests of oak, beech, holly and yew trees. The Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site, is a stretch of Dorset coastline with stunning scenery and beautiful coves.
Poole has the second largest natural harbor in the world. Located on the south coast of England it has ferry links to France via the Poole Cherbourg route.