A tourist destination in the traditional county of Dorset in the UK, in the south of England, Poole is a bustling coastal town with the largest natural port in Europe.
With its eight unique islands and impressive peninsula, this gateway to the Jurassic coast, a World Heritage Site, is a paradise for sailors, wildlife and water sports.
The beaches of Dorset are among some of the most beautiful in England and are often referred to as the «Florida of the British beaches». There are over five kilometres of golden beaches in Poole, and they are very popular with tourists and locals alike.
Poole has a variety of entertainment venues, including The Lighthouse Arts Centre, the city centre and all the clubs, bars and restaurants in Bournemouth’s area.
Poole Quay is one of the liveliest areas of the city and has a cheerful friendly atmosphere. Festivals and events in the city include the Summer Breeze Poole, the largest beach party, which takes place every Thursday night of the summer, with live music, a fun area for families, barbecue areas and a spectacular fireworks display.
Terminal Ferry du Naye - BP 30651 - 35406 SAINT-MALO
From Saint-Malo, you will take the “Condor Rapide” to Jersey (stop of about 4h), then the “Condor Liberation” to arrive in Poole (4h crossing)