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Studland beach and Nature Reserve

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Studland beach and Nature Reserve

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Ferry Road National Trust Area, Studland, Swanage BH19 3AQ England
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Private tour from Southampton: Sandbanks – Studland – Swanage - Corfe - Minstead
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Private tour from Southampton: Sandbanks – Studland – Swanage - Corfe - Minstead
We head to one of the most desirable holiday destinations in the UK: Sandbanks. This beautiful peninsula on England’s south coast is well known for its golden sandy beaches and its laid-back vibe. <br><br>Studland comes next, this vast area of sandy beaches and heathland is a fascinating mosaic of habitats from heaths to sand dunes. <br>Our third stop is Swanage, a small seaside town in the south east of Dorset, a World Heritage Site on the Isle of Purbeck.<br><br>Then we will head to one of the most popular locations to visit in the corner of Dorset. Corfe is a village full of history which offers a unique range of independent shops, pubs, restaurants and tea houses. It is well worth a visit!! <br><br>Finally, a quick stop at Minstead a rambling village which is the last resting place of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. His grave attracts a significant number of visitors every year. <br><br>MISSING YOU ALREADY!!
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Andrew wrote a review Yesterday
Welwyn, United Kingdom1,275 contributions549 helpful votes
This is a lovely beach. There is a nice size car park within 2 minutes walk from the beach. Pay at machine or by phone. Just before the beach, there are clean toilet facilities with social distancing guidelines, place to buy food and gifts. On the beach, water-sports equipment
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Date of experience: July 2020
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boyley43 wrote a review Jul 12
Poole, United Kingdom22 contributions4 helpful votes
Had a great time today at studland beach the ferry is £4.50 each way for a car . The national trust car park is £10 for whole day for non national trust members otherwise free for members I parked on the road as you come of the ferry further on the right or left it’s free but
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Retep20152015 wrote a review Jun 2020
Farnborough, United Kingdom62 contributions23 helpful votes
Visited during an allowed easing of the Covid-19 lockdown. So so nice 2 have good weather, pleasant breeze & fresh air, after being stuck @ home 4 weeks, due 2 health issues. Money can't buy this kind of peace & relaxation. My only gripe being IDIOTS were having BBQs when
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Steve R wrote a review May 2020
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What a joy to visit this beach, free to national trust members ,cafe and toilets reasonably priced and clean .walk to the naturist section approx 20minutes and easy on the hard sand next to the water .A good mix of all ages, genders and body sizes a really comfortable beach. Sea
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Date of experience: July 2019
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markt wrote a review Mar 2020
Poole, United Kingdom43 contributions6 helpful votes
just walking the lenth of the beach fron the chain ferry to the other end. It is soft clean sand, safe swimming from the beach once you have passed the first courner from the ferry end (the tide runs in and out poole harbour just ofshore). There is a nudist bit in the middle but
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Date of experience: January 2020
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