Why not explore the area and the fabulous attractions near Littlesea Holiday Park.
Lodmoor counrty park :
Sea Life Centre, Weymouth – With penguins, sharks, otters and the rays with discounts available on the Park. Weymouth Sea LifePark & Marine Sanctuary has launched a unique Turtle Sanctuary housing several captive-bred Green sea turtles from the Cayman Islands. Phone 01305 760690
Weymouth Sealife tower :
Portland – By the long sweep of Chesil Beach, with magnificent views and Portland Castle http://www.dorsets.co.uk/Portland/ Portland offers a rugged, dramtic / Jurassic coastline and is a haven for bird watchers and nature lovers. Along with diving and rock climbing it is steeped in history. Royal MAnor and Isle of Portland. Castle ruins, coastal and inland paths. Quarries, historic gun batteries, Old Churches.
Portland Bill lighthouse :
Corfe Castle – Picturesque ruins with great views over the village. Corfe Castle is 1000 years old and is one of the most evocative ruined castles in England. Castle View visitor centre explores the lives (and deaths) of past residents. http://www.corfecastle.org.uk/
Weymouth Harbour – Check out a whole host of watersports on offer
Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove - Take a walk along the breathtaking coastline. http://www.lulworthonline.co.uk/
The Nothe Gardens and Fort are also close by and the Nothe Fort is yet another top family attraction. The many displays, the maze of tunnels, the great guns, plus fantastic views from the ramparts provide a memorable visit.
Radipole Lake Swannery and RSPB Nature Reserve sits right in the centre of Weymouth, just a few minutes walk from the beach. The unique reserve is one of the most popular in England and many of the birds are exotic visitors from far away.
Brewer's Quay - Amid the labyrinth of paved courtyards and cobbled streets and around every corner you will discover arts, crafts and specialist shops.
The Timewalk attraction inspired by Weymouth's turbulent past; Brewery Days which explores our brewing heritage; Discovery with a wide range of stimulating experiences plus Weymouth Museum are all worth a visit.
Abbotsbury Sub-Tropical Gardens and Swannery http://abbotsbury-tourism.co.uk/swannery/
Abbotsbury Childrens farm....great for those of you with young children
Farmer Palmers: geared for children under 8years www.farmerpalmers.co.uk
Boat trips, one can be found by the ferry port which goes over to Portland and back or day trips to Guernsey and Jersey
Also worth a visit is Monkey World, as seen on tv.
A great link for those holidaying with your dogs, http://www.doggiepubs.org.uk/the_pubs.php?searchtown=weymouth&lat=50.6144279&long=-2.4576210000000174&view=list
For places to visit with your dog https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Search?geo=190817&pid=3826&redirect=&startTime=1486306570680&uiOrigin=MASTHEAD&q=dog+friendly+places+&returnTo=http%253A__2F____2F__www__2E__tripadvisor__2E__co__2E__uk__2F__ShowTopic__2D__g190817__2D__i1540__2D__k3560041__2D__Dogs__2D__Weymouth__5F__Dorset__5F__England__2E__html&searchSessionId=DF62EE7E7FF7D360DB30AB8CB1643B7C1486304996556ssid#&ssrc=A&dist=25mil&o=0
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Nearest Town: Weymouth (3Km)
Nearest City: Dorchester (11Km)
Nearest Port: Poole (52Km)
Nearest Train Station: Weymouth (3Km)
Nearest Bus Station: Weymouth (3Km)
How often do buses run from the Park? Every 30 mins
Local Taxi Number: 01305 777777 or 01305 784252
National Express- Nearest drop off: Weymouth (3Km)
For more information on Weymouth and Portland please visit this website:www.visitweymouth.co.uk
For days out with children look here
9 Elm Grove Road
Tel: 01903 730135
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