Summer is more than just a season; it's a state of mind. It's the feeling of cool sand between your toes as you stroll along the beach, the taste of an ice-cold drink on a hot afternoon, and the laughter that echoes through the air during late-night gatherings with friends. It's the sense of freedom that comes with shedding layers and embracing the warmth of the sun on your skin. We want to give you some fantastic ideas of what you could be looking forward to this season, welcome to our six weeks of summer!

When summer comes around, there's nothing quite like finding a spot in the sunshine to relax and soak up some rays. Bournemouth is one of the best places to do just that, with a wealth of beaches, parks, and other outdoor areas to enjoy. Here are our top three relaxing spots in Bournemouth:

  1.  Bournemouth Beach

With its soft, golden sands and crystal-clear waters, Bournemouth Beach is the quintessential summer spot. Whether you're looking to sunbathe, swim, or play some beach volleyball, there's something for everyone here. Plus, with plenty of beachfront bars and cafes, you can cool off with a refreshing drink or snack.

  1. Boscombe Chine Gardens

These gardens offer a lovely mix of scenery and activities with formal flower beds, large grassy areas for recreation, mini golf and a water-themed playground. If you're looking for a peaceful, leafy oasis in the heart of the city, Boscombe Chine Gardens is the place to go. With its lush, green lawns, flowerbeds, and water features, it's the perfect spot for a picnic or a leisurely stroll. Don't miss the chance to visit the café and enjoy an ice-cream whilst you are there.

  1. Alum Chine Beach

Just a short distance from the hustle and bustle of Bournemouth's town centre, Alum Chine is a tranquil spot that's ideal for some quiet contemplation. The steep cliffs and dense woodland make for a picturesque backdrop, while the sandy beach and gentle waves make for a relaxing setting. Alum Chine is home to a beautiful Tropical Garden which is situated to the rear of the beach just into Alum Chine and immediately above the children's play ground. Be sure to bring a book or some music to fully unwind in this serene spot.

Overall, there are plenty of great places to relax and enjoy the weather in Bournemouth during the summer months. Whether you prefer the beach, the park, or a secluded spot off the beaten path, there's something for everyone in this vibrant seaside town.




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