Bournemouth boasts a seven mile stretch of unspoilt coastline and Blue Flag Award Winning Beaches.
Looking out to sea, these beautiful, magnificent sandy beaches span from Bournemouth Pier to Boscombe, Southbourne and Hengistbury Head to the left and Durley Chine, Alum Chine, Branksome and Sandbanks to the right.
East Overcliff enjoys uninterrupted, panoramic views along the coast line and out to sea with handy lifts or zig zag paths to gain access to the promenades and beaches for walks and swimming.
Bournemouth hosts annual events such as Bournemouth Air Festival, of which the cliff top properties have a “bird’s eye” view, summer fireworks throughout August and the Christmas Tree Wonderland and ice rink within the beautiful Victorian gardens.
Entertainment in Bournemouth is varied and accommodates all tastes and all ages. Bournemouth Pavilion and Bournemouth International Centre hosts events and shows such as pantomimes, classical music and orchestras, popular bands and comedians.
Russell Cotes Art Gallery and Museum located on the East Overcliff is an Italian style villa and was the home of two Victorian collectors and travel enthusiasts, Sir Merton and Lady Annie Russell-Cotes. Objects from their travels and remarkable collection of British art lines the walls and open for all to enjoy.
Bournemouth is home to an abundance of shops, restaurants, coffee shops and bars together with essential food shopping outlets – all central and within walking distance of each other.
The pedestrianised Bournemouth square is a hub of energy all year round with music, exhibitions, festivals and the popular Christmas Market.