South Dorset Ridgeway
Part of the South West Coast Path National Trail, the South Dorset Ridgeway passes through the ceremonial landscape of the South Dorset. You will be following in the footsteps of the people who lived here over 5,000 years ago. With the exception of one or two short sections the route affords superb coastal views virtually along its entirety.
A shingle beach that shelves steeply. Walking is popular around this area and like many of the...0.2 miles away
Owned by the National Trust, this steep shelving, single beach is located on the coast road between...1.77 miles away
A shelving beach made up of pebbles and shingle, popular with both local anglers and families for...2.68 miles away
A Bronze Age stone circle consisting of 18 stones. Accessible to walkers only.2.77 miles away
A small stone chapel, set on a hilltop, with an unusual roof and small turret previously used as a...2.77 miles away
A shelving shingle beach, close to the village of Burton Bradstock.
On a clear day, visitors can...2.9 miles away
The 600-year-old swannery is a natural history paradise. Home to the only managed colony of...3.02 miles away
Chesil Beach is 18 miles (28 kilometres) long and, on average, 160 metres wide and rises to 12...4.56 miles away
Shingle, sand and pebbles. Steep shelving.
Slipway and harbour.
Auxiliary coastguard.4.85 miles away
Exciting & exhilarating boat trips running from West Bay along the Jurassic Coast.
RIB Blasts,...4.96 miles away
Palmers Brewery is situated in the hills on the outstanding Jurassic Coast. Brewery tours take you...5.36 miles away
The leisure centre is open seven days a week and has a comprehensive programme of activities to...5.48 miles away
Having moved in to the building in September 2010, we’re running it as an artist-led space for all...5.49 miles away
The Arts Centre in South Street is the cultural hub of Bridport. You’ll find a packed programme of...5.53 miles away
The Electric Palace in Bridport offers a comprehensive programme of film, theatre, music, comedy...5.56 miles away
From Romans to rope-making. Bridport Museum tells the unique story of the town from its Saxon...5.61 miles away