Portland Port on England’s south coast lies in the sweep of Weymouth Bay, at the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coast, an area renowned for its natural beauty and historical heritage.
Local attractions include two further UNESCO sites; Stonehenge and the City of Bath, as well as numerous stately homes, castles, gardens, historic towns and so much more.
A visit to Portland Port gives easy access to quintessential England; rolling green hills, narrow country lanes, picture postcard villages and long centuries of history. There is also traditional fish and chips, Michelin star restaurants, real ales, fines wines, award winning beaches and stunning cliff top walks.
Portland Harbour has a wealth of history itself having played a significant role from the time of King Henry VIII through to hosting the sailing events for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Handling cruise ships alongside up to 350 metres in length, Portland Port offers the ideal location and a unique opportunity.