Great for taking the kids, walking or running with the dog, fishing, hiring a boat or kayak. I visit most weeks.
I have grown up in the area and have walked from the cafe so many times, taken my children on their bikes along the completely safe Tarmac path when they were little, I even roller bladed it once! You can take easy walk, or up and over the headland itself. The beach at the sandpit is not a patch on... More
Its not a hard walk to the top of Hengistbury Head and the views from the top, both towards Bournemouth and towards Christchurch and Mudeford Quay, are spectacular. On a beautiful day this attraction is a must see!
Went her on a dry but windy day with a friend and 3 six year old boys who need to run off some energy. we walked from the car park to the beach, had a picnic, ran around and paddled, then caught the train back to the cafe and had an ice cream lovely.
lovely day spent here on a fine weather day. the coast was clear and the isle of wight was visible and lots of craft on the sea. well worth the walk or train ride.
With relatives living in the area, we frequently visit Hengistbury Head. A lovely place to walk, especially in summer evenings. Varied scenery, from sea views, views of Christchurch, marshes, and not forgetting the beach huts of all shapes and sizes (near Mudeford). There are walks for all abilities and a land train for those who prefer to ride. There is... More
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