Welcome to The Jurassic Coast; a UNESCO World Heritage Site stretching 96 miles along southern England’s spectacular coastline.
This historic region is renowned for its geological features which represent 185 million years of the Earth’s natural history. Time and tide have exposed the fossils of fascinating creatures, as well as rocks and landforms that tell the story of shifting continents. Don’t miss exploring the stunning natural limestone arch of Durdle Door and the magnificent chalk stack formations at Old Harry Rocks. The delightful town of Lyme Regis is a hotbed for fossil hunting, while West Bay is home to towering golden cliffs.
With beautiful beaches, coastal walks, and picturesque seaside villages, this beautiful corner of England is an incredible holiday destination. You might even find a prehistoric fossil to take home with you!