Sandbanks Beach (Poole) (Sandbanks Peninsula)
Sandbanks is a spit of golden sand that crosses the mouth of Poole harbour and continues all the way to Bournemouth, a distance of around five kilometers. Dubbed Britain’s Palm Beach, because of astronomical land prices, Sandbanks is well-served by upmarket hotels and restaurants.
The Sandbanks Chain Ferry connects Sandbanks with Studland.
Also known as:
Type of beach
Dogs friendly beach?
dogs are restricted to the area running from the extreme western end of Sandbanks Promenade to Haven Point.
- Crazy golf/putting
- Good fishing
- Wind surfing
- Disabled facilities
OS grid ref.
SZ 0438 8752
There are a number of car parks adjacent to the beach. There is a charge for using the car parks.
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