As a UNESCO Area of Natural Beauty, the Jurassic Coast has to be added to the holiday wish list of anyone travelling in the UK. It’s always popular with adventurers, anyone who enjoys walking or cycling beautiful coastal trails will enjoy it here and anyone simply after a natural and spectacular area for rambling. The spectacular views make it ideal for keen photographers and those who enjoy the freedom of exploration.
Why visit the Jurassic Coast?
There’s always a chance to snap a scenic shot of the gorgeous countryside, epic waves crashing on magnificent cliffs or the sparkling ocean beneath a colourful sunset. Alongside the incredible beauty of the region, there is plenty to keep guests entertained.
Things to do along the Jurassic Coast:
Walking, cycling and rambling are all well-suited to this area and outdoor adventurers will be well entertained with great opportunities for climbing, abseiling and water sports on offer. There are vibrant promenades, picturesque villages, ancient monuments and family attractions to explore.
Why stay in a Jurassic Coast cottage?
All along this fabulous southern coast retreat, there are plenty of stunning locations to chose from with equally gorgeous cottages. Perhaps you require a romantic hot tub getaway on the cliffs, a family cottage that leads down to a delightful beach or a forest lodge close to trails for coastal walks.
Three must see things on the Jurassic Coast:
- Go in search of ancient fossils on the shingle beach of Charmouth or Monmouth and explore the incredible surrounding cliffs.
- Take a day trip across the water to the southernmost point of Dorset, the gorgeous Isle of Portland.
- Stop by one of the largest natural harbours in the world, Poole Harbour and explore the vibrant Poole Quay behind.