Hengistbury Head Beach and Reserve

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Rolls Drive, Bournemouth, Bournemouth BH6 4NA, England
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The Hengistbury Head Beach is a south sand that is facing pebbled beach with relatively safe swimming, however with no lifeguard address at any time. Swimming near the cliffs can be very dangerous but paddling in the shallows is recognized as extremely safe and you will find a lot of families doing exactly that on sunny days.Immediate vicinity amenities towards the beach consist of contemporary bathroom that is obtainable and a windsurf hire school. You will need to arrange for the money using the school in advance if you wish to start learning or use their equipment.The nearby Land Train runs many days regarding the, through the Hiker Cafe down to the Beach Cafe on Mudeford Spit 12 months. That is a means that is pleasing get about and it is perfect for people that have small feet in tow.The 162 hectares of Hengistbury Head Local Nature Reserve beside the coastline feature many different habitats including woodland, meadows, heathland, scrub, sand dunes, beach, estuary and saltmarsh, ensuring between them a giant spread of indigenous mini beasts and other wildlife. For young ones into insects or wild birds, you mightn't choose a much better spot to explore!you will find superb views through the top of the Head towards the Isle of Wight and over 500 plant types and 300 species of wild birds are recorded here.Also consider the normal programme of guided walks that take spot during the year, which range from bird watching to stargazing and certainly will supply a ranger degree insight into the location and it is intricacies.Please note the address given just below is for satnav purposes and it is for the golf club adjacent at which there is certainly some parking that is public with closer parking further on at the Solent Meads car park.