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Steam Train and Sea Cruise Adventure Including the Jurassic Coast from Poole
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Steam Train and Sea Cruise Adventure Including the Jurassic Coast from Poole

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Get two different perspectives of Dorset's UNESCO-listed Jurassic Coast with a package that includes a ride on a heritage steam train. The hop-on hop-off steam train allows you to customize your itinerary, while a sightseeing cruise lets you get the best views of the coastline from the water.
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places2seeplaces2go wrote a review 11 Jan
England, United Kingdom4,220 contributions758 helpful votes
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Have wanted to walk to Agglestone Rock for some time. Finally in September 2020 we did the circular walk from Studland to Agglestone & back. Parked in a nearby lay-by . But there are plenty of other places to start your walk from. A great walk, not too taxing & plenty to see. The rock itself is huge & quite bizarre. Its like its been dropped from space. Beautiful views.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lucy S wrote a review Nov 2020
34 contributions11 helpful votes
Although I’ve lived near here for over a decade I’ve not been here for years and forgotten what a sight it is. Just over 1 hour round trip from the Studland road along lovely heath. Park on the road and use the tracks to get there across studland Heath rather than the footpaths. It can get a bit wet around the bottom of the rock so best to approach from the south going downhill
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Date of experience: November 2020
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mjayx2 wrote a review Aug 2020
Wokingham, United Kingdom56 contributions61 helpful votes
Knew nothing about this place until we got their as part of a circular walk from Studland. What a landmark - My Son & I had to climb up (fairly straightforward but need to take care).
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Date of experience: July 2020
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beakenbauer wrote a review Aug 2020
Swanage, United Kingdom58 contributions23 helpful votes
Whenever we are in Dorset, we always make the effort to walk to the Agglestone. The kids love it as does our English Springer Spaniel. Small parking area on the left not long after the right turn into Knoll Beach from where you can access the heath and start the leisurely walk to the stone. Well worn paths and about 30-45 mins to walk there. Easy to find an alternative route back making the walk circular if you wish
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Date of experience: August 2020
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SaffronLH wrote a review Jul 2020
Southampton54 contributions32 helpful votes
Followed advice posted here and parked in the lay-by then walked down from the golf course. Loads of signs. Great views. It took about 1 hour to stroll down, back and take photos. Stunning views. Dog enjoyed it too
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Date of experience: July 2020
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