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Positioned between Christchurch Harbour and the open sea, Mudeford was once a perfect base for smugglers and fishermen. Today the Quay is a bustling mix of people enjoying watersports, crabbing, or just watching the world go by from the beachside cafes or day huts. Cross the water to the sand spit to see beach hut beauty aplenty and dream about what life could be if you too could live on the beach...

Known in the 18th century as Middle Ford.

Fish & Chips Alexanders Stanpit
Christchurch Harbour Sunset
Christchurch Bay
Christchurch Harbour Raft Race
Friars Cliff Beach


Shallow Waters.

Fish & Chips.

RNLI Funday Raft Race.

Beach Hut Life.



Nestled between the New Forest and the famous seaside resort of Bournemouth, Christchurch is small gem of a town on the eastern extremity of Dorset and an ideal destination for a ‘Grand Day Out’ in Dorset, with something on offer for all the family.  A historic market and fishing town that traces its history back to the Doomsday Book and beyond, Christchurch has rich treasures of the past to explore. 

The Boat House Christchurch


River Walks.

River Trips.

Christchurch Castle
Two Rivers


Historic Views.

Christchurch High Street

Bustling High Street.


On the very edge of the east of Christchurch lies the bijou village of Highcliffe, home to dramatic shingle beaches below, above boutique shops, popular cliff-top cafes and its very own castle.  Highcliffe Castle is a family-friendly events venue and visitor attraction that hosts stunning weddings throughout the year. The magnificent Grade 1 listed building, once home to none other than Mr Selfridge, has been described as arguably the most important surviving house of the Romantic and Picturesque style of architecture.

Highcliffe Castle
Christchurch Bay
Cliffhanger, Highcliffe


Clifftop Walk.

Historic Castle.

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