Bournemouth Beach isn’t the only Award Winning Beach. There are many other Award Winning Bournemouth Beaches Nearby.
Popular Bournemouth Beaches
How Many Beaches Are There on Bournemouth Beach?
There are five award winning Blue Flag Bournemouth beaches. These are Alum Chine, Durley Chine, Fisherman’s Walk, Manor Steps, and Southbourne. Bournemouth beach itself is 7 miles long. With the adjoining beaches, there are 19 miles of glorious never ending golden sand.
Blue Flag means its constantly monitored and awarded the flag for being clean and having clean waters. There are many other beaches near Bournemouth Beach which are very popular to visit. Some of the most popular beaches tourists visit are below.
Bournemouth Beach Huts
Every year thousands of people flock to Bournemouth Beaches and the beach huts get booked up very fast. The Bournemouth beach huts are now rented all year round so you can even spend winter here on the beach.
If you are looking to stay the night in your beach hut, you won’t be allowed on the usual beach huts on Bournemouth Beaches, but now there are the amazing Bournemouth Beach Lodges that have every amenity you can imagine. They also have heating. So if you’re looking to stay overnight on Bournemouth beach then these are a great option. People even come and stay here for Christmas.
Alternatively, Mudeford beach huts have always been incredibly popular. They don’t come with running water or electricity due to their location, and you can only reach them by a land train from Hengistbury Head or a short Ferry from Mudeford Quay. But the location is incredible, just like being on your own little island, and you can also stay the night in the beach huts here.