Jurassic Coastline World Heritage Site: Outstanding fossil localities and stunning rock and cliff formations including the famous arched Durdle Door.
Corfe Castle: One of Britain's most majestic ruins. The castle controlled the gateway through the Purbeck Hills in the time of William the Conqueror.
Christchurch: A small Saxon town with castle ruins, a quaint Quay, boutiques, celebrity restaurants and an infamous food festival which takes place each year.
The New Forest National Park: A royal playground for William the Conqueror. It remains largely unchanged with miles and miles of unspoilt ancient landscapes, wild ponies and deer, disused railways and leafy lanes.
A Night to Remember: Bournemouth offers an excellent array of evening entertainment at the BIC and Pavilion Theatre, from West End shows and pop concerts to comedy performances and dance productions. And with cocktail bars, traditional pubs and clubs dedicated to all genres of music.