Visited late afternoon in the sunshine. Clean and tidy with lots of activity on and off the water. Boats coming in and out and a larger than expected ferry boat, if we had more... read more
Mudeford Quay is a small beautiful corner of the Borough of Christchurch in...
Mudeford Quay is a small beautiful corner of the Borough of Christchurch in Dorset, England.
Situated at the entrance of Christchurch Harbour, Mudeford Quay benefits from spectacular views along the coast, over to the Needles on the Isle of Wight & back to Christchurch town.
Mudeford Quay is made up of two areas, the Quay itself and Mudeford Spit, a natural sandbank which leads to Hengisbury Head all the way to Boscombe & Bournemouth.
The Quay is a hub of activity with beautiful beaches, the lush grassed area ideal for picnics and enjoying the beautiful scenery and the Quayside itself which has a small shops, a pub, a fish stall and plenty of vantage points to watch the world go by.