Lovely port side walk with a good selection of cafes and pubs, roads behind hold a variety of shops etc All helped with the good weather.
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I'm a massive fan of being by the sea and a bigger fan of power cruisers. I was therefore in my personal element as sun seeker had a huge array of their wares sat on the quay side outside their factory. My personal heaven aside,...More
while it was nice to sit and wacth the millionare boats sail in and out of harbour we found the pubs on the front to be filthy you needed to wipe your feet on the way out of them except for weatherspoons poole itself seemed...More
We were on a day trip to Poole and spent a couple of hours wandering along the quay. A busy harbour, so much going on, frequent ferries to Brownsea Island. Excellent views of luxury Sunseeker yachts at their factory opposite and lots of pubs and...More
Perhaps we came at a bad time but the harbour side was looking rather tired in places,it is still a great place to come and browse the shops but also boarded up buildings and scaffolding looks unappealing
Great atmosphere on the Quay - the rich in large yachts alongside working fishermen. Historical waterfront pubs and Italian ice cream parlours with tables under palm trees. Poole Pottery is a must as is the free-entry museum and a stroll along the High Street. Motorbikes...More
We went to Poole for our ferry crossing. Stayed at friends for the night as it was a early crossing. We went to the harbour for the afternoon. Had fantastic fish and chips from the shop on the front. Lovely shops, all the area was...More
We visited the quay and enjoyed the views while relaxing with coffee. There is much to watch with plenty of boats and other activities. Boat trips are readily available and highly recommended. Strolling along the esplanade is most pleasant.