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We offer professional guided walks, tours and fossil hunts anywhere along the full length of the Jurassic Coast and surrounding areas. There is so much to be discovered within the World Heritage site. Not only is there 95 miles of breathtaking...more
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The beaches in Devon are gorgeous, wonderful on a sunny day. It's a stony beach so definitely wear thick soled shoes. I even went fossil hunting and found a few mini ammonites, although slightly broken.
During my recent visit to UK, I made it a point to visit Jurassic Coast. I always wanted to go there but couldnt due to some logistics issue. This time I made it. i changed train at Reading and went to Bournemouth. From there, I...More
We were staying in Lyme Regis and did a fair bit of walking in the 2 days of our stay, you can explore by car too but it’s a very nice area to walk in, just takes a bit of effort on the up’s and...More
Such an amazing place to be in contact with our magic world, its like to travel back in time of the creation, where the rocks record 185 million years of the Earth’s history across 95 miles of coastline
Special place to visit with your family,...More
Some of the walking paths along the Jurassic Coast are more challenging than others, so be careful that you do a stretch within your abilities. The coastline is 95 miles in length, and we were only able to walk and see a small part of...More
We visit the Jurassic coast every year, it has some of the most beautiful coastline in Britain, from the harbour at Poole, through knoll beach, old harry rocks, lulworth cove and durdle door, Weymouth and Portland, and following Chesil beach round to Charmouth and Lyme...More
When in this area we’ve stayed in various b&b’s, guest houses, hotels and self catering places, mostly our choice is down to proximity to coastal paths and price, there’s no shortage of options in majority of places, route... More
When in this area we’ve stayed in various b&b’s, guest houses, hotels and self catering places, mostly our choice is down to proximity to coastal paths and price, there’s no shortage of options in majority of places, route maps, trip advisor and Google are usually our guide, hope that’s some help, enjoy your coast trip 😁