Broadchurch putting the spotlight on the South West Coast Path

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With the gripping drama Broadchurch coming to an end last night all eyes are on the stunning West Bay on Dorset coastline where the ITV show was filmed.  Located on the Jurassic Coast, the beautiful little fishing village sitting along the South West Coast Path, is set to attract an increased number of visitors this summer all thanks to the success of the series.  But it’s not just fans of  the show and tourists falling in love with the Dorset coast, David Tennant recently told ITV news “This is the only place you’d ever want to come on your holidays”.
 
West Bay Dorset
 
Celtic Trails Walking Holidays have long experienced the beauty of this unique and striking part of the UK coastline which in 2002  became  England’s first natural World Heritage Site  ~ the Dorset and East Devon Coast World Heritage Site. So what can you expect from a walking holiday along the Jurassic section of the South West Coast Path, currently celebrating it’s 40th anniversary. It covers 95 miles or 152 km  of truly stunning coastline from East Devon to Dorset, with rocks recording 185 million years of the Earth’s history.It boasts spectacular paths along chalk and sandstone cliffs with spectacular views across sparkling crystal waters, the beautiful preserved village of Abbotsbury, a nature reserve and hidden coves, just a taste of some of the wonderful experiences you will have whilst walking this stretch of the path. No one wonder it is set to become the place to walk this summer.

South West Coast Path Walking

 You can find out  more about our South West Coast Path walking holidays here, or alternatively why not get in touch with our friendly and experienced team.

 

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