Local fort in Weymouth, surrounded by stunning coastal views across Weymouth and Portland.
Nothe Fort is a fort in Weymouth, Dorset, England, situated at the end of the Nothe Peninsula, which juts eastwards from the town of Weymouth, and Weymouth Harbour, into the sea to the north of the ex-military Portland Harbour. The fort is located next to Nothe Gardens. Nothe Gardens is a public…
Award winning visitor attraction offering low cost entry & great value come rain or shine.
The Nothe Fort was built by the Victorians to defend Portland Harbour and is one of the best well preserved forts of its kind. Explore the underground passageways to learn about the history of the fort and from the ramparts and gundecks enjoy the panoramic views of Weymouth Bay and Portland…
“Castletown D-Day Centre is an authentic recreation of the busy wartime dockyard on the Isle of Portland, from which in 1944, thousands of American troops of the 5th US Corps and the US 1st infantry, embarked, bound for the heavily defended beaches of Nazi occupied France. Well worth a visit”
“Lots of cafes, pubs and restaurants to watch the comings and goings in the harbour. ”
“Safe swimming in shallow waters on Weymouth seafront. Fish’n’chips and Ice-cream galore! About 30mins walk from the bungalow”
“The Jurassic Skyline tower is an observation tower on Weymouth Pier in Weymouth, Dorset, England. It is situated next to Weymouth Beach and the Weymouth Pavilion, where it overlooks Weymouth town, the beach, the Pavilion, the Old Harbour, Nothe Gardens, the Nothe Fort, and Portland Harbour. It opened on 22 June 2012.”
“Definitely worth a trip out to the end of southern England! Beautiful whatever the weather, spectacular when it is blowing a gale and glorious when the sun is shining. Take a picnic or enjoy a delicious crab sandwich at the Lobster Pot.”