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Best Beaches Today in Dorset, England, United Kingdom

Best Beaches This Weekend in Dorset, England, United Kingdom

  • This weekend the average maximum daily temperatures will be 15° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature will be 10° which is very cold and bracing, it's not recommended you swim with out a full wet suit.

    There will be 1 day of very light rain. Saturday will have 1.8mm of rain and Sunday will be dry.

    Expect only occasional sunny spells and lots of clouds with an average cloud cover of 72%.

  • This weekend the average maximum daily temperatures will be 15° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature will be 10° which is very cold and bracing, it's not recommended you swim with out a full wet suit.

    There will be 1 day of very light rain. Saturday will have 1.8mm of rain and Sunday will be dry.

    Expect only occasional sunny spells and lots of clouds with an average cloud cover of 72%.

  • This weekend the average maximum daily temperatures will be 15° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature will be 10° which is very cold and bracing, it's not recommended you swim with out a full wet suit.

    There will be 2 days of very light rain with an average of 0.9mm rain on those days. Saturday will have 1.6mm of rain and Sunday will have 0.1mm of rain.

    Expect only occasional sunny spells and lots of clouds with an average cloud cover of 72%.

  • This weekend the average maximum daily temperatures will be 15° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature will be 10° which is very cold and bracing, it's not recommended you swim with out a full wet suit.

    There will be 2 days of very light rain with an average of 0.9mm rain on those days. Saturday will have 1.6mm of rain and Sunday will have 0.1mm of rain.

    Expect only occasional sunny spells and lots of clouds with an average cloud cover of 71%.

Best beaches for the next 14 days in Dorset, England, United Kingdom

  • In the next 14 days average maximum daily temperatures will be 15° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature will be 10° which is very cold and bracing, it's not recommended you swim with out a full wet suit. There will be 9 days of very light rain with an average of 1.2mm rain on those days. Average cloud cover will be 56%.

  • In the next 14 days average maximum daily temperatures will be 15° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature will be 10° which is very cold and bracing, it's not recommended you swim with out a full wet suit. There will be 9 days of very light rain with an average of 1.2mm rain on those days. Average cloud cover will be 56%.

  • In the next 14 days average maximum daily temperatures will be 16° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature will be 10° which is very cold and bracing, it's not recommended you swim with out a full wet suit. There will be 11 days of very light rain with an average of 0.9mm rain on those days. Average cloud cover will be 59%.

  • In the next 14 days average maximum daily temperatures will be 16° which is a little too chilly for sunbathing. The average water temperature will be 10° which is very cold and bracing, it's not recommended you swim with out a full wet suit. There will be 11 days of very light rain with an average of 0.9mm rain on those days. Average cloud cover will be 58%.

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Beaches of Dorset, England, United Kingdom

Dorset, a county in the southwest of England, is home to some of the most stunning beaches and coastal landscapes in the United Kingdom. With a mild climate and an average annual temperature of around 11°C (52°F), Dorset's beaches offer the perfect getaway for those looking to enjoy a beach holiday in the UK. From sandy shores to dramatic cliffs and hidden coves, there is something for everyone in this beautiful coastal region.

Sandbanks Beach, United Kingdom

Sandbanks Beach
Sandbanks Beach

Sandbanks Beach is one of the most famous and popular beaches in Dorset. Located on a small peninsula near Poole Harbour, Sandbanks boasts golden sand and crystal-clear waters that make it an ideal choice for sunbathing, swimming, and water sports. The beach has been awarded Blue Flag status for its cleanliness and safety, making it perfect for families with young children. The best time to visit Sandbanks Beach for a beach holiday is during the summer months when temperatures are at their highest and there are plenty of activities to enjoy. More information and weather.

Bournemouth Beach, United Kingdom

Bournemouth Beach
Bournemouth Beach

Another popular choice among beachgoers in Dorset is Bournemouth Beach. This seven-mile stretch of golden sand offers everything from traditional seaside attractions like piers, arcades, and ice cream parlors to more adventurous activities such as surfing lessons or zipline rides. Bournemouth also has a vibrant nightlife scene which attracts visitors throughout the year. For those looking to have fun on the beach while enjoying warm temperatures, plan your visit during the peak summer season when Bournemouth truly comes alive. More information and weather.

Lulworth Cove, United Kingdom

Lulworth Cove
Lulworth Cove

For a more tranquil and picturesque beach experience, Lulworth Cove is the perfect destination. This stunning natural cove is part of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Jurassic Coast and offers breathtaking views, crystal-clear waters, and pebble beaches. Visitors can explore the nearby Lulworth Castle, take boat trips along the coast, or hike to the nearby Durdle Door for even more spectacular sights. The best time to visit Lulworth Cove for a beach holiday is during the warmer months when you can fully appreciate its natural beauty. More information and weather.

Durdle Door Cliffs, United Kingdom

Durdle Door Cliffs
Durdle Door Cliffs

Located just a short walk from Lulworth Cove is Durdle Door, one of Dorset's most iconic landmarks. This natural limestone arch juts out into the sea and has been carved by centuries of erosion. The surrounding area offers beautiful pebble beaches as well as dramatic cliffs that provide stunning views of the coastline. Durdle Door is an ideal location for photographers or those looking for a more rugged beach experience compared to sandy shores. To fully enjoy this unique coastal landscape, plan your visit during the milder months when temperatures are pleasant enough for exploring. More information and weather.

In addition to these popular destinations, Dorset also boasts numerous other lesser known gems along its coastline such as Studland Bay, Chesil Beach, Weymouth Beach, and many more. With so much variety available in terms of landscape and activities, it's no wonder that Dorset remains a top choice for beach holidays in the UK.

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