The town itself has an excellent shopping, a huge variety of restaurants and great nightlife.
Next door, the town of Poole with more water sport offerings plus a historic 18th century harbour and some attractive buildings.
Contrasting Indian architecture with Chinese styled interior and it is one of the most exotically beautiful buildings in Britain.
The Lanes offer an eclectic mix of independent shops and boutiques, with its fair share of quirkiness!
In recent years the Harbourside has undergone an impressive development, which includes new science and nature discovery centres and IMAX cinema and plenty of trendy restaurants as well as good nightlife.
You can take a boat to explore the city's historic waterways.
Most famous for its iconic tower, Blackpool has kept reinventing itself in order to retain its traditional British holiday destination tag.
The reef is made up of 55 giant sandbags and is the size of a football pitch.Belfast may be the capital of Northern Ireland but it is a pleasingly walkable city laid out on a human scale.It has four quarters each with its own identity and character.The Irish heritage is celebrated here in west Belfast.Along the Falls Road the Irish language, music, literature and culture have flourished.