Weymouth has an all year events programme, with events ranging from an International Beach Kite Festival to a Harley Davidson Parade and Beach Volleyball Championships to Free Summer Firework nights.
There are plenty of places to eat and drink in Weymouth, all-year-round events, attractions and activities - there's something for everyone.
The Olympic and Paralympic Games are the largest sporting spectacle in the world. Weymouth and Portland will host the sailing events for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games between July and September 2012. Race areas are in both Weymouth Bay and Portland Harbour and will be a spectacular sight, set against the back drop of the Jurassic Coast.
Weymouth's wide and shallow sandy beach is used for swimming and sunbathing during the tourist season, and for beach sport events throughout the year, including beach motocross, the International handball championships and the beach volleyball classic. The international kite festival, held in May each year on Weymouth Beach, attracts around 40,000 spectators to the esplanade from around the world.
Weymouth Ferry Terminal Guide
Condor Ferries Weymouth Terminal is easily accessible and offers a range of facilities. Our services operate between Weymouth and Guernsey, Jersey and St. Malo, Brittany. Take a look at the Weymouth Destination Guide and Weymouth Ferry Times.
Ferries from Weymouth Ferry Terminal
Weymouth to Guernsey - Fast Ferry
Pack your car with everything you need to enjoy your ferry trip to the full without the worry of excess baggage charges. The fast ferry to Guernsey operates year round from Weymouth, with daily summer sailings.
Weymouth to Jersey - Fast Ferry
Avoid the usual stress and strain of airport travel and travel on the fast ferry service from the south coast port of Weymouth, via Guernsey. The ferry to Jersey operates year round, with daily summer sailings.
Weymouth to St. Malo - Fast Ferry
Year round fast ferry service to St. Malo requiring a simple change to a connecting ferry in either Guernsey or Jersey. The perfect way to sample the delights of the Channel Islands and ideal to give your children or pets a break from the ferry journey.
Condor Ferry Check In Times
Motorists should check in a minimum of one hour before departure. Foot passengers should check in a minimum of 40 minutes before departure.
Weymouth Ferry Port Directions
By Car & SAT NAV
Weymouth is 8 miles south of Dorchester on the A354. Follow the signs to Ferries/Ferry Port, which is on the left. Weymouth can also be approached from the A35 at Poole by following the A351, then the A352, and then the A353 into the Town Centre. If using a Satellite Navigation System to get to Weymouth Ferry Terminal please use the postcode DT4 8DX.
Whether arriving or departing from Weymouth Ferry Terminal there are plenty of local taxi companies to assist with your travel requirements. If arriving by train you may wish to take a 5 minute taxi from Weymouth Train Station to Weymouth Ferry Terminal.
Weyline Taxis - 01305 777777
Fleet Line - 01305 784252
Bee Cars - 01305 761321
Weytax - 01305 766666
Buses arrive and depart from the Kings Statue which is a 10 minute walk from Weymouth Ferry Terminal. Whether you are looking to travel regional or national there are several services to meet your needs.
South West Trains are the main operator in and out of Weymouth Train Station, with a service to London Waterloo. Weymouth Ferry Terminal is 15-20 minute walk from Weymouth Train Station. Please ensure when arriving in to Weymouth Train Station you leave plenty of time to check in at Weymouth Ferry Terminal.
When you arrive at Weymouth Ferry Terminal for your Condor ferry to the Channel Islands or France follow the signs to either the passenger check in or the car check in, where you can collect your boarding pass for your sailing with Condor Ferries.