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Weymouth-5 things to do

Weymouth is a shoreline town in Dorset, England, and it is arranged on a cove at the mouth of the River Wey. The town is eleven kilometers south of Dorchester and eight kilometers north of the Isle of Portland. It has population of over 52,000. The town is the biggest settlement in Dorset and it is also a traveler resort, and its economy relies on upon its harbor and touristic attractions.

1. Jurassic Coast

Jurassic Coast

Town is a door arranged partly along the Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site on the Dorset well known for its topography and land area. Jurassic Coast is home to cross-channel ships, pontoons and private yachts. It is near Portland Harbor and this harbour is a home to the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy. Paraolympic Games were held here. Jurassic Coast is a World Heritage Site near Old Harry Rocks and it was second completely regular World Heritage Site in U.K. Its whole length can be strolled on the South West Coast Path.

3. All Saints' Church

All Saints' Church

Wyke Regis is an area at the south western suburbs of Weymouth, and it was located on the northern shore of Portland Harbor. It is fifteen kilometers south of the Dorchester. All Saints' Church is located here and it was formed by King George III. The congregation was the fundamental spot for all religious people and it was important part of the town in the nineteenth century. Many casualties are covered in the church yard and it originate back from fifteen century.

5. Sandsfoot Castle

Sandsfoot Castle

Sandsfoot Castle is one of Henry VIII's fortresses, and it is known as Henrician Castles. It was build around 1541 to the west of Weymouth. Its goal is to preserve Henry VIII from numerous attacks and it is very popular touristic attraction. You can visit it if you like history and ancient times.

2. Radipole Lake

Radipole Lake

Radipole Lake is a lake on the River Wey, in the English seaside town of Weymouth, and it was in Radipole. Along the western shore of the lake, and in the middle of Radipole now lies the suburb of Southill. The lake is a nature place by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, as it is a vital space for reedbed birds. The Wild Weymouth Discovery Center at Radipole Lake has animal displays and projects for tourists.

4. Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy

Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy

Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy is a cruising company on the Isle of Portland on the south bank of England. The institute building is found in Osprey Quay on the northern part of the island, and the waters of Portland Harbor and Weymouth Bay, nearby the site, are the fundamental territories utilized for cruising. National and global cruising events have been held here.

Weymouth is a place where you can enjoy with your friends and family. Feel free to visit it any time of the year.

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