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JURASSIC COAST HOLIDAYS

Fossils, time-travelling and the most spectacular sights

Visit the Jurassic Coast

The beautiful landscapes and delightful locations along the 95 miles of enchanting Jurassic Coast offer a memorable holiday experience for all ages. This distinctive UNESCO World Heritage Site in the south of Dorset boasts an incredible coastline with rugged cliffs, secluded coves and captivating views out to sea. Iconic landmarks litter the region, offering an unforgettable experience whatever the season.

Jurassic Coast Cottages

Our self-catering holiday cottages are sprinkled throughout the area, offering a variety of accommodation from cosy coastal boltholes to family-friendly properties: ideal for your next adventure.

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Dorset Cottages

Our Dorset cottages are found in wonderful locations throughout the county, where you can enjoy a slice of rural life or coastal relaxation. Take a look at our portfolio and start making memories.

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Things to do in Dorset

Before heading off on your Dorset holiday, we’d really suggest planning your trip - because there is so much to do that you wouldn’t want to miss out on! We’ve put together our suggested things to do covering activities all over the county, including the stunning Jurassic Coast and its beaches, the wonderful attractions for families, the various wonderful walking routes, and more…

Your guide to Dorset beaches

The beaches in Dorset, alongside the many other beautiful coastal locations, make the county one of the UK's most perfect holiday destinations. With nearly 100 miles of coastline to be enjoyed, it's no surprise that some of the country’s best beaches are found here. From the historic Jurassic Coast, where fossils await, to the town beaches in Bournemouth and Poole, there's a beach for everyone.

An iconic coastline

Stretching from Exmouth in East Devon to Studland in Dorset, this striking coastline offers plenty of fascinating things to do during your visit. If you’re exploring the region by foot, walk the South West Coastal Path to enjoy some of the Jurassic coastline’s iconic sites including Durdle Door - England’s first natural World Heritage Site and one of Dorset’s most photographed landmarks with its distinctive limestone arch or the remarkable pebble crescent of Lulworth Cove.

Those of you on family adventures will discover countless activities to entertain the kids: paddling 180 million years through time in a kayak; fossil hunting on the beach at Charmouth or exploring the vibrant town of Bridport with one of the liveliest street markets in Dorset and its very own partial dinosaur skeleton.

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