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Beautiful Christchurch Harbour

Beautiful Christchurch Harbour

West Bay Harbour

West Bay Harbour

Overlooking Portland and Chesil Beach

Overlooking Portland and Chesil Beach

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  1. Add Fortuneswell - Isle of Portland to your Itinerary

    Fortuneswell - Isle of Portland

    The main road through to the top of the island has a wide variety of properties, some are small Portland stone cottages that were built on steep slopes. Self catering cottages and B&B's are a short stroll from the National Sailing Academy.

  2. Add Upton to your Itinerary

    Upton

    POOLE

    Upton is the second largest town in Purbeck District. The town's biggest attraction is Upton Country Park with walking and cycling routes near Poole Harbour.

  3. Add Minterne Magna to your Itinerary

    Minterne Magna

    Sherborne

    The lush, beautifully wooded parish of Minterne Magna is best known for its grand Manor House in which many a famous family have dwelled including Churchill, Napier and Digby and is now also home to the Lesley Waters Cookery School.

  4. Add Melbury Osmund to your Itinerary

    Melbury Osmund

    Sherborne

    This quiet and unspoilt village is where Hardy’s parents were married in 1839.

  5. Add Fleet to your Itinerary

    Fleet

    South Walks House, Dorchester

    A small, pretty, romantic village situated on the Fleet lagoon, setting for the famous novel 'Moonfleet' by J Meade Falkner, a stirring tale of smugglers in the 18th century.

  6. Add Blandford Forum to your Itinerary

    Blandford Forum

    West Street, Blandford Forum

    Stunning Georgian town on the River Stour with a selection of shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes.

    Learn about the towns fiery history in the town museum, enjoy a tour of the local brewery or learn about costume at the Fashion Museum.

  7. Add Broadmayne to your Itinerary

    Broadmayne

    South Walks Road, Dorchester

    The village of Broadmayne lines the main road between Dorchester and Wool and has some good brick cottages.

  8. Add Charminster to your Itinerary

    Charminster

    South Walks Road, Dorchester

    Charminster is a small village 2 miles north of Dorchester full of delightful traditional cottages and possesses a typical Old English feel.

  9. Add Abbotsbury to your Itinerary

    Abbotsbury

    Bridport

    Abbotsbury is a popular, pretty, picture-postcard village steeped in history and surrounded by spectacular scenery.

  10. Add Winterborne Came to your Itinerary

    Winterborne Came

    South Walks Road, Dorchester

    Winterborne Came is a small rural parish located 2 miles south of Dorchester and is well known for its connections with the Dorset dialect poet William Barnes, who was rector here for 24 years until his death in 1886.

  11. Add Highcliffe to your Itinerary

    Highcliffe

    Highcliffe, CHRISTCHURCH

    Highcliffe's attractive coastline, with its panoramic views of the Isle of Wight to the east and Bournemouth to the west is just a few minutes walk from the award-winning village centre.

  12. Add Warmwell to your Itinerary

    Warmwell

    South Walks House, Dorchester

    This unpretentious village was once home to the eccentric 17th century prophet, John Sadler, who on his deathbed before witnesses, predicted the Plague, The Great Fire of London and the Monmouth Rebellion.

  13. Add Puncknowle to your Itinerary

    Puncknowle

    Bridport

    Puncknowle, pronounced ‘Punnle’ is a handsome village of stone cottages and farm buildings. A ridge of downland shelters one side of the village from the sea and on the other side is the beautiful Bride Valley.

  14. Add Middlemarsh to your Itinerary

    Middlemarsh

    Sherborne

    Middlemarsh is a very small village that lies in the heart of rural Dorset and is surrounded by miles of glorious unspoilt Hardy countryside.

  15. Add Castletown - Isle of Portland to your Itinerary

    Castletown - Isle of Portland

    Castletown is popular with divers and is steeped in military history. The Tudor fortress, Portland Castle is well worth a visit and it's just a short stroll to the National Sailing academy.

  16. Add Swanage to your Itinerary

    Swanage

    Swanage

    This small town surrounds a beautiful curved bay and offers a seaside experience with a difference. Enjoy the soft sand and the award winning beach front whilst being surrounded by Purbeck’s natural beauty and wildlife.

  17. Add Bere Regis to your Itinerary

    Bere Regis

    Bere Regis is found in north west Purbeck District between Dorchester and Poole and is a short distance to the villages of Moreton and Bovington. The beautiful Athelhampton House is just a short drive away on the edge of Puddletown village.

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  18. Add Charmouth to your Itinerary

    Charmouth

    Lyme Regis

    Charmouth is a friendly and traditional village situated at the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coast, an ancient coastline of dramatic cliffs, fossils and beautiful scenery.

  19. Add Bradford Peverell to your Itinerary

    Bradford Peverell

    South Walks House, Dorchester

    Bradford Peverell is one of the oldest villages in Dorset which pre-dates the Roman occupation of Dorchester. The village is the birthplace of John Hutchins (1698-1773), Dorset's most famous historian.

  20. Add Cattistock to your Itinerary

    Cattistock

    South Walks Road, Dorchester

    Known by many as the “knob-throwing village”, Cattistock’s recent rise to fame is thanks to a peculiar tournament of the same name held annually in the village.

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