Weymouth is a traditional British seaside town with a long stretch of golden sand, safe water, promenade, There are lots to do for children on the beach with donkey rides, Punch and Judy, sand sculpting and many other traditional British seaside pursuits.
If weather is not so good there still plenty to visit Sealife Park,Sandworld, Nothe Fort, Radipole Nature Reserve,Sea Life Tower and many more.
The harbour is a working harbour with small coasters mixing with fishing vessles but mainly leisure craft including some great looking yachts. There are some wonderful houses around the harbour and some intersting looking pubs and cafes The harbour make very pleasent walk at night or great place to eat out with good restaurants, pubs and fish & chip shops all round the harbourside.
Weymouth has great selction of bars,cafes and pubs from traditional fishermans pubs to lively night clubs. Weymouth has something for everyone. Most bars around the harbour and seafront have outside tables with Weymouth great climate you can sit out watch world go round or watch your children trying catch crabs while you have relaxing drink or for the young at heart you can hit buzzing night life.
Weymouth has lasershow every night after dark (every 20 minutes) all though the year. In the peak weeks fireworks display every Monday night.
Weymouth bucket list : Kite Festivial (may) Spirt of the Sea Festival (July) Weymouth Carnival (Aug) Weymouth Going for Gold Festival (Sept) New Years Eve (Dec).
iCoast is the definitive guide for all activities on the Dorset Coast. This website covers all activities you can think of and even has live transport information to help get you to and from your chosen activity.
For walkers the interactive Ordnance Survey map is immensely useful, you can overlay footpaths and bridle paths and view all features of the walk on the way. It even shows all of the pet restrictions on every Dorset beach.