Holidaymakers Are Spoilt for Choice
KNOWING the children are safe, parents can relax on the various beaches, also happy in the knowledge that around pounds 4 million a year is spent on maintaining the seven-mile sea front, with the most popular sandy beaches sifted clean daily.
Indeed, the town has two European blue flags for cleanliness.
There is plenty for children to do, which is why thousands of families flock to Bournmouth every year. The huge range of events, catering for all budgets, includes the Kids Free Fun Festival, this year running from July 26 to August 31, offering daily fu n and games throughout the school holidays.
Supervised beach games are organised, such as volleyball and cricket, every day and there are stunning candle illuminations and fireworks displays each week - all designed to put a twinkle in any child's eye.
Acknowledged as the party capital of the south coast, trendy Bournemouth has everything to make holidays go with a swing for the stylish jet ski set.
The night life is so vibrant that a British Tourist Authority guide says that the town has "more night clubs than Soho."
The town is packed with bars, clubs, restaurants and some of the coolest entertainment around.
Bournemouth International Centre has welcomed some of the top names in show business over the years and this time round visitors can see the smash hit musical Grease. …