Place of Interest
Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site
Visiting Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site
Stretching over 95 miles, from Devon to Dorset, this World Heritage Site is an iconic area and a must-visit for anyone visiting the South West.
Explore the rugged coastline, hike over verdant rolling hills and uncover the fascinating geological history that inspired the named behind the Jurassic Coast.
Whether your rockpooling in Kimmeridge Bay, swimming in Lulworth Cove or trying to get the perfect photograph at Durdle Door, there's plenty to see along this truly unique coastline.