Stretching from Orcombe Point in East Devon, to the famous Old Harry Rocks in Dorset, this ancient coastline extends a little over 95 miles. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the natural landscape here is breathtaking and a real must visit if you are staying close to the Dorset or Devon coast. Some of the key gateway destinations include Exmouth, Lyme Regis, Swanage and Weymouth.
Central to the Jurassic Coast is Chesil Beach, which is listed as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It's the largest tombolo in the UK and it's truly spectacular visually, especially when viewed from afar. It stretches 18 miles and is a great place for walkers and fossil hunters.
For the more adventurous among us, you may wish to attempt the South West Coast Path National Trail which runs along the length of the Jurassic Coast and allows you to view the impressive landscape up close.