Walking the Jurassic Coast
Due to it’s unique fossil strata, the Jurassic Coast has remained an unmistakable fixture of British coastline. For over 200 years fossil collectors have come hunting in their droves, but there’s also fantastic hiking to be found in England’s first natural World Heritage Site.
- The distinctive horseshoe shape of Lulworth Cove, and its beautiful stretch of beach
- Visit the most southerly point of Dorset at Portland Island, known for its dazzlingly bright limestone rock
- The world famous fossil hunting spots of Charmouth and Lyme Regis
- Cross one of Britain's most important wilderness areas at Undercliffs National Nature Reserve
- The views from Gold Cap, the highest cliff on the south coast of England
- Chesil Beach, an 18 mile pebble beach separated from the mainline by Fleet Lagoon