Boscombe Surf Reef
Boscombe BeachBoscombe beach is the section of the beach strand surrounding Boscombe pier and stretches down from Bournemouth Beach towards Hengistbury Head
Boscombe Surf ReefBoscombe Surf Reef reopened in April 2014 after it was shut in2011
Boscombe ReefThe Boscombe Surf Reef is the first surfing reef to be constructed in the Northern Hemisphere.Boscombe, a district of Bournemouth, opted to build a surfing reef to provide a unique focal point for the town's multi-million pound waterfront redevelopment effort. “The reef will give Boscombe beach its own identity, raise the profile of Boscombe and attract a large number of visitors on an annual basis.”
Boscombe PierTake a walk down to Boscombe beach, see the surfers and stroll to the end of Boscombe pier for a top photo opportunity or to enjoy the sea air! Boscombe Pier has recently undergone a £2.4 million restoration to make the structure safe and accessible to the public, securing its future for another generation at a time when many of the UK’s remaining seaside piers are being left to crumble into the sea. Entry is free to Boscombe Pier and opening hours are 9am to 4pm and longer in summer.