However you want to spend your stag Bournemouth has something for you. Get the blood pumping and the laughs going with a session of Bubble Football or settle into some high-octane coastal activities such as coasteering, surfing, powerboating and even a spot of deep sea fishing. A little bit of healthy competition always adds even more fun to your stag and gets the lads pumped up and ready for the evening’s excitement.
The classic seaside feel of Bournemouth has had a bit of a facelift with effortless cool emanating from every beachfront bar and club. There are actually more bars and clubs in Bournemouth than in London’s Soho so there’s more than enough to keep the lads busy as you step out and survey what’s on offer. Loads of different types of food can be chowed down before getting stuck into the clubs and bars and if you book an exclusive pre-club bar you can get yourselves perfectly in order before heading down to the waterfront to Bournemouth’s most famous clubs. If you’re committed to a serious stag-style session then the drinks can keep flowing and you can even end your evening in the company of the lovely ladies at one of Bournemouth’s finest lap dancing establishments, something you can be sure your stags won’t forget in a hurry.
Giving Brighton a run for its money when it comes to pure pleasure-filled fun, Bournemouth is one stag destination which is coming up in the world.
Learn to Windsurf at UK's number 1 with the Poole windsurfing school - A purpose built reef was designed with all grades of surfing in mind. The reef gives an opportunity for all standards of surfers to have a go and this is what makes it perfect for stags who are wanting an active activity for the weekend.
Based at Littledown park this is a high octane, adrenaline fueled day for stags. From zip wires to a power fan descender this is an awesome day out for the lads!
The Bournemouth Balloon is located in the gardens of Bournemouth and is a fantastic experience and a great way to see the city. You can see for miles, with views as far as Weymouth possible.
You can hire them from Bournemouth Pier and cycle along the coast right up to the famous Sandbanks area of Poole, passing several pubs for necessary stop offs. Or go the other way and cycle as far as Boscombe pier. Again, more drinking stops make for a fantastic day.
With so many bars and pubs within a minutes walk from each other, Bournemouth really is densely populated with plenty of drinking holes for the boys. You could literally do a pub crawl from the top of Christchurch Rd and pass over 50 venues before getting to the centre of town.