51 Pictures That'll Make You Head Straight To The Jurassic Coast
Chalk cliffs, Chesil Beach, and spot where Broadchurch was filmed.
The Jurassic Coast stretches from Old Harry Rocks in Dorset (near the middle of Britain's south coast), right through to Orcombe Point in Devon.
The journey begins with a rather sexy rock formation.
Just around the corner is the lovely seaside town of Swanage.
If there's one thing the Jurassic Coast does well, it's bays...
...and if you like nice, picturesque-looking lighthouses, you won't go far wrong.
Dancing Ledge has a secret swimming spot...
...and Winspit has an abandoned stone quarry.
When the sun sets at Winspit, it looks like this.
And the sunset at Kimmeridge Bay is nothing to be sniffed at, either.
A walk along the coast at Tyneham gives you an absolutely stunning view...
...and if you stumble across Worbarrow Bay, you'll be gobsmacked by just how incredibly still the water is.
Seriously, look at it. Barely a ripple.
Further along is the hard-to-reach Mupe Bay.
If you walk down this path...
...you'll be treated to views like this...
...and you can go exploring in places like this.
Remember what we said about the bays along the Jurassic Coast? Well here's another gem.
Durdle Door is a truly memorable sight year-round...
The arch looks spectacular as the sun goes down...
...and just as good when the stars come out.
In fact, dawn or dusk seem to be the perfect times to visit the coast.
If you go to White Nothe on a clear day, you can see for miles....
...and from the colourful Ringstead Bay you can just make out Portland in the distance.
Osmington Mills looks like something out of a hazy dream...
...and Weymouth Harbour really lights up at night.
The view from Portland makes even the rustiest of pipes look good.
And if you walk right to the tip of Portland...
...you'll find this rather impressive lighthouse.
Next up is one of Britain's most famous beaches.
It's easy to understand why Ian McEwan picked this spot as the setting for one of his novels.
If you walk through Abbotsbury, you can see Chesil Beach stretching right back to Portland.
Here's another place that might look familiar.
Again, it's not hard to see why they picked West Bay as a good location to set things.
British hamlets don't come much quainter than Seatown...
...even the local wildlife find time to appreciate the view.
When the setting sun catches the sky just right at Charmouth, it looks like this.
And the scenery at Lyme Regis is cracking...
...with or without the boats.
You can even stand on The Cobb and watch the sun go down.
If you look out over Pinhay Bay, you can see the whole coastline stretching into the distance...
...and around the corner, Charton Bay is nice and secluded.
When you make it to seaside village of Beer, you can look out across Seaton Bay...
...then go for a walk along the shingle beach.
Branscombe looks as good when the weather's stormy...
...as Sidmouth does when the weather's clear.
And Ladram Bay is as impressive when the sun sets...
...as it is when the sun rises.
Which looks like this as the sun goes down.
And finally, after 95 miles of coastline, you reach Exmouth...
...and Orcombe Point, which marks the end of the Jurassic Coast.
Now all you need to do is go and visit it yourself, eh?
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