Bridport & West Bay
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Set amongst the spectacular rolling Dorset hills, Bridport is a lively town with a friendly and vibrant character. As well as being a Gateway Town to the Jurassic Coast, Bridport has also been named a Beacon Town for the quality and variety of its locally produced food. Bridport’s culinary delights can be sampled any day of the year, however, the town truly comes to life on the second Saturday of every month when the popular farmers' market arrives and also annually in June when Bridport hosts its own food festival.
In addition to being a town well known for its tasty dishes, Bridport has a captivating history. Bridport was one of the most...
The Electric Palace in Bridport offers a comprehensive programme of film, theatre, music, comedy...0 miles away
Having moved in to the building in September 2010, we’re running it as an artist-led space for all...0.2 miles away
Palmers Brewery is situated in Bridport, a charming market town nestling in the hills on the...0.39 miles away
The leisure centre is open seven days a week and has a comprehensive programme of activities to...0.5 miles away
Exciting & exhilarating boat trips running from West Bay along the Jurassic Coast.
RIB Blasts,...1.4 miles away
Shingle, sand and pebbles. Steep shelving.
Slipway and harbour.
Auxiliary coastguard.1.52 miles away
A steeply shelving pebble beach. Located three miles from Bridport. Walkers can enjoy breath-taking...1.54 miles away
17th Century working water mill and Museum of Rural Bygones, set in peaceful rural valley on the...2.35 miles away
A shelving shingle beach, close to the village of Burton Bradstock.
On a clear day, visitors can...2.88 miles away
A steep shelving beach with pebbles and shingle.2.9 miles away
Set in West Dorset’s wonderful green and rolling hills, Furleigh Estate makes some of the best...3.54 miles away
Golden Cap is the rather obvious name for a high, flat-topped hill of deep orange sandstone on the...3.7 miles away
"Eggardon Hill Fort has impressive 360 degree views across the County. The drive up to the fort is...3.8 miles away
Owned by the National Trust, this steep shelving, single beach is located on the coast road between...3.91 miles away
Gardens descending at 3 levels beside Tudor manor-house, remodelled in c1660s. Italianate garden...4.86 miles away
Beaminster Museum is an Arts Council of England accredited local history museum with plenty to see...5.34 miles away