About Weymouth

Flanked by rows of elegant Georgian townhouses, Weymouth’s award-winning sandy beach feels instantly special, with an air of regal style mixed with classic seaside charm. Here the kids can enjoy donkey rides and paddle in gently shelving waters while you indulge in a little downtime in your deckchair. All the family’s favourites are covered!

Weymouth’s sunny microclimate and sheltered location make it perfect for water sports and sailing too. Head to the bustling harbour to catch a cruise along the coast or join a fishing trip. The harbour’s quirky and colourful historic cottages and warehouses feature a great assortment of restaurants, cafes and bars. Tucking into vinegary fish and chips while boats sail by feels like seaside heaven!

Weymouth lies at the centre of the spectacular Jurassic Coast, and you can witness many of its biggest sights from the Jurassic Skyline viewing platform, or from the Nothe Fort, a huge and fabulously preserved Victorian stronghold.


Weymouth harbour and harbour side shops

Highlights of Weymouth

  • Amazing, award-winning beach
  • Sailing and fishing trips
  • The imposing Nothe Fort
  • Characterful harbour
  • At the heart of the Jurassic Coast

Find the perfect holiday in Dorset

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The limestone arch at Durdle Door Beach