Heading out on a Jurassic Coast walk, you'll be rewarded by some awe-inspiring views and beaches perfect for building a sand castle or two. There's plenty to see along this stretch of coastline in summer, including the unmistakeable Jurassic Coast cliffs and plenty of wildlife and fresh air to enjoy.
An easy circular walk around Stonebarrow hill on the Golden Cap Estate, West Dorset
Enjoy a circular walk at Burton Bradstock which includes a stretch of the South West Coast Path with views of the Jurassic Coast.
A short circular walk around the historic, beautiful village of Branscombe. This walk is quite rocky, with two very steep slopes en route. Dogs are welcome except at the tea-rooms, forge and mill.
Breathtaking views of the Jurassic coast and unique rock formations await you on this circular walk.
Look no further for walking inspiration; coastal views, hidden waterfalls, peaceful woodland and tranquil valleys await you.
There's plenty of summer colour to be found in a garden near you. Here's a list of some of our favourites, which we've reopened in line with Government guidelines.
Planning a picnic? From woodland walks to colourful gardens or seaside spots, there are plenty of places to spread out a picnic blanket and drink in the views around Devon and Exmoor.
Our pick of the top walks in Dorset this summer take in history, coast, wildlife, heaths and even an Iron Age hill fort.
The hills and hill forts of Dorset offer far reaching views; the perfect reward for a climb. And there's nothing better than gazing over the horizon while relaxing with a well-earned picnic.
Having a picnic on a lazy, hazy, summer day is what memories are made of - whether its sand in the sandwiches or relaxing looking at a perfect view.