Social media users expressed their anger and frustration at the blatant flouting of coronavirus restrictions.
Many linked the crowded breaches to the leadership set by Prime Minister Boris Johnson in standing by his embattled chief advisor Dominic Cummings, who also breached coronavirus lockdown rules.
“Bournemouth looking pretty quiet again today,” one Twitter user wrote sarcastically.
“Lockdown is clearly working. The clear messaging and adherence by Boris Johnson and his team is an example to us all.”
The crowds prompted the local council to urge tourists to stay away.
It comes as Mr Johnson said that Britain could reopen all non-essential retail stores on 15 June if the coronavirus remains contained.
"On June 15, we intend to allow all non-essential retail, ranging from department stores to small independent shops, to reopen," Mr Johnson told reporters, stressing that this "will be contingent upon progress against" the disease.
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Britain's official coronavirus death toll of 36,914 is Europe's highest.
But the number of new deaths and infections has fallen sharply from its peak and the country is on course to reopen outdoor markets as well as schools for younger children on 1 June.
"Because of the progress we are making, I can, with confidence, put the British people on notice of the changes we intend to introduce as we move into step two," Mr Johnson said
He said classes can resume for the oldest children on 15 June.
"We are asking schools gradually to reopen," he said.
"I am confident that the common sense of the British people will see us through."
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