Did you know...Dinosaur footprints are often discovered on Purbeck?

The Isle of Purbeck is the perfect location for a peaceful holiday, with its beautiful coastline which is part of the first World Heritage Site in England. The sandy beaches of Swanage and Studland are not only great for fossil hunting in the winter but are ideal for family beach holidays on Purbeck in the warmer months. The striking Corfe Castle between the Purbeck Hills is a fascinating sight that shouldn’t be missed. The Isle of Purbeck is also a haven for walkers and cyclists with the South West Coast Path framed by spectacular scenery.

Moonfleet Walk

Bring the classic novel to life with this Dorset walk dedicated to Moonfleet, an 1898 tale of smuggling on the English coast. The circular walk starts and finishes at Victoria Inn Bus Stop and it’s a relatively easy one with few hills or climbs. Chesil Beach provides the perfect backdrop to a walk that’s all about smugglers, love and adventure...

Durdle Door

Let’s start with one of the Jurassic Coast’s most known and photographed landmarks, Durdle Door. The striking rock arch juts out to sea, and makes a great idea for a Purbeck walk during your stay. The walk from Lulworth Cove to Durdle Door is one of Dorset’s most trodden trails, and although lengthy at nearly seven miles the stunning coastal...
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