- See & Do
- Eat & Drink
A gateway to the UNESCO World Heritage Site the Jurassic Coast, Weymouth offers the perfect base for exploring the beautiful county of Dorset, one of the UK's most picturesque counties. Weymouth hosted the sailing in the 2012 UK Olympic Games.
We hope you find our online Weymouth tourist information guide useful, and please feel free to send us any news, comments or suggestions you might have. On Weymouth.co.uk you can find all types of useful information such as accommodation listings including hotels, bed and breakfasts, self catering cottages, holiday parks, hostels and holiday agencies. On this site you can find places to eat and drink such as restaurants, cafes, pubs or maybe you fancy a takeaway - (there are some great night clubs in Weymouth too if you're that way inclined and want a bit more excitement in the evening!).The great thing about Weymouth as place to live and go on holiday is the amount of fun things to do for families, couples, day trippers and holiday makers - all within a relatively short distance of the town. You could easily spend most of the day visiting the Sea Life Centre and Adventure Park (which has sand world, Go Karts & the Cresta Run next door too.) - in fact the beach at Weymouth is so good its worth visiting for that alone - you won't find a safer beach with nicer sand anywhere in Dorset! Weymouth's town centre has all the leading high street brands such as - M&S, Next, New Look, 02, TK Maxx, Game and Debenhams. There's a Cineworld, PC World, Mc Donalds and a KFC too. There's also the Condor Ferry over to Guernsey and Jersey if you want to add an extra aspect to your visit to Weymouth. Theres the famous Nothe Fort, Sandsfoot Castle and of course the amazing sandy beach. If its raining or perhaps you are looking for things to do indoors in Weymouth you could visit Brewers Quay or the Sea front amusements. If you like fishing then Weymouth is a mecca for all types of sea fishing. The stone pier is ideal for beginners and expert fisherman alike to catch a variety of species. Kids can have fun using crab lines over the side and in the summer the Mackerel come in close to the pier and beach for anyone to catch who can cast out some feathers.