Jurassic Coast

95 miles of Devon and Dorset coast with great walks, beaches, cliffs, hills and villages

Places to visit

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A view looking at Golden Cap from St Gabriel's Mouth looking East, Dorset

Important safety notice about the risk of cliff falls

Important safety notice. Following the cliff and rock falls along the coast, we urge you to stay well back from the edges when using the coast path along the cliff top, and away from the undercliff when on the beaches. Please take heed of safety signs on site – these cliffs are unstable and liable to rock falls at any time.

Three places to visit on the Jurassic Coast

Upcoming events

Studland Bay

Learn to coastal row

Fri 18 Jan 2019
09:00-11:00
Try something new with a 4-part course, from a professional rowing coach, at Knoll Beach.
Studland Bay

Sunrise wildlife walks

Sat 19 Jan 2019
08:00-10:30
Explore the beach and heathland up towards Agglestone rock as the sun rises over Studland
Corfe Castle

New Year Nordic walking at Corfe Castle

Sat 19 Jan 2019
09:30-11:30
Do you fancy giving Nordic walking a try or perhaps you'd like a refresher? Get out and active and have a go this January. Enjoy the Purbeck landscape and learn a new skill with local Nordic walking expert Lynne.
Studland Bay

Trust10

Sun 27 Jan 2019
09:00-11:00
Trust10 is a free monthly trail run across selected National Trust sites, open to both members and non members. Come along with your friends and family, explore the landscape and enjoy a challenging multi terrain run involving some public roads.
Branscombe

Winter apple tree pruning day in the Old Bakery orchard

Fri 01 Feb 2019
10:00-15:00
Pick up your loppers and secateurs and help the rangers care for the fruit trees growing in the Old Bakery orchard at Branscombe.
Studland Bay

Nordic walking on the Jurassic Coast

Sun 03 Feb 2019
09:30-13:00
Try out Nordic walking and learn about the history of the Jurassic Coastline
Volunteering at Dyrham Park

Volunteering in the South West 

Volunteers are a vital part of everything the National Trust does. If you've ever fancied getting stuck in, being part of a team, learning something new or just helping out, now's a great time. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

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Visitor walking their dog on a frosty morning in the north woodland, Trelissick, Cornwall

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Devon

Journey from wild coasts, moorland and curious historic houses to lush gardens and beaches in Devon.

Dorset

Home to everything from an island, ancient coasts and hidden gems to a castle and Italian palace.