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Sandbanks

Where is the Fourth most expensive place to live on the Planet ? Barbados perhaps? Or Beverly Hills? Nope, they don't even come close. It's actually a tiny little sand dune on the Dorset coast called Sandbanks near Poole Dorset UK, some of the properties can go for £10million + and some people are actually calling it by the name of Britain's Monte Carlo!.

Sandbanks : can be located at the eastern end of the long sandy beach that stretches from Sandbanks. The main attraction however, is the beach itself, Sandbanks Beach known as the best beach in the UK. The beach itself is a very shallow bay. The beach being known as the best beach in England has been awarded the beautiful 'European Blue Flag' again for 2008 for the beaches cleanliness and great water quality. Many tourists flock to the beach yearly and in the summer. The beach is so shallow that you can walk out into the sea almost 200yds safely, the water is fresh and clean and also the sand is of great quality. The beach is also popular for windsurfers and generally all people that like water sports. You can visit the beach in total piece of mind knowing that not only you will have a great time but also you will be visiting one of the safest beaches in Europe! The beach at has the finest qualtiy sands and the water is very shallow. The water is very clean, During the busy months between the 1st May and 30 Sept, you will find Lifeguards on duty and also a First Aid post if required. Beachfront Facilities included at Sandbanks, toilets (with full disabled facilities) , showers, other food and drink bars. Many pasttimes can be had including metal detecting on the beach.

 

How to get to Sandbanks.. From Poole take the B3369 Sandbanks Road around Poole Harbour. This becomes Shore Road. From Bournemouth take the A35 road to the Fitzharris roundabout at Westbourne, and then The Avenue (B6035) past Branksome Chine and through Canford Cliffs to Sandbanks. It will come of no suprise that there an abundance of Hotels and general accommodation.

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