Stonehenge and the City of Bath as well as numerous stately homes, castles, gardens, historic towns and much, much more.
A visit to Portland Port allows access to the quintessential England of rolling green hills, narrow country lanes, picture postcard villages and long centuries of history.
There is also traditional fish and chips in abundance, Michelin star restaurants, real ales, fines wines, award winning beaches and stunning cliff top walks.
Be sure to keep your eyes on the quayside as you depart, Portland Port prides itself on providing you with the best memories of your cruise and tops it off with variety of acts and a 3 shot salute from the Nothe Fort Artillery Volunteers.
- Portland Port operates a complimentary shuttle bus service, taking passengers directly from the ship to Weymouth’s Old Harbour which is only a short ten minute drive away.
- The Isle of Portland is right on the port’s doorstep, with a great selection of places to visit, from quiet coves and disused quarries to some of the best views in Britain.
- This breathtaking stretch of coastline stretches for 150km, from Orcombe Point in East Devon, right the way trough Dorset to Old Harry Rocks near Swanage.
- Stonehenge is one of the most iconic landmarks in the world. Millions of people visit Stonehenge every year and many see it as a ‘must see' landmark.
- Bath is home to some amazing Georgian architecture and Britain’s only natural thermal spa, the world famous, Roman Baths. It is the only UK city to be granted World Heritage status.
- Portland Port
Ian McQuade, General Manager - Commercial
DT5 1PP Portland