Winter walks

Winter is a great time of year to enjoy the coast and countryside. We have walks for all levels of fitness and ability and some of the best views in the country.

Places to see

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World Heritage Site

We only own and care for some of the land which forms part of the Jurassic Coast which was declared England's first natural World Heritage Site in 2001.

50 things

Are you ready for the '50 things to do before you're 11¾' challenge?

There's loads to do come rain or shine. Discover the list of outdoor activities on the 50 things website and pick up a scrapbook at a place near you.

What's on

Family playing in the waves at Poldhu Cove, Cornwall.

The Jurassic Coast stretches across two counties. Try the children's trail at Stonebarrow or a rock pool ramble at Branscombe.

Discover our events on the Dorset coast or find out more about events on the South Devon coast. 

Why not stay a while?

Portland House, reminiscent of a Mediterranean retreat

Portland House, reminiscent of a Mediterranean retreat

We have some great places to stay along the Jurassic Coast, giving you the chance to explore at your leisure. There are charming thatched cottages at Seaton (sleeps 4) and on the Golden Cap Estate (sleeping 4 - 6), a former tennis pavilion with sea views overlooking Studland Bay or magnificent lavish houses such as Portland House (sleeps 12) with sea views over to Portland and Weymouth and Shute Barton House (sleeps 10) which offers the chance to stay in one of Devon's oldest manor houses.

Important notice

Burton Cliff, Burton Bradstock

Burton Cliff, Burton Bradstock

For your safety, please avoid cliffs and beaches with a cliff backdrop. Please follow all advice and signage along the South West Coast Path, connecting paths and on beaches.

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