Beach and fossil walks, riverside strolls or hilltop hikes, the choice is yours!
Getting Around Lyme Regis
Lyme Regis is a small town and most places of interest are easy to get to on foot or by bike.
If you are thinking about exploring the world-famous Jurassic Coast, the South West Coast Path national trail passes through Lyme connecting with Charmouth in the east, Seaton in the west and beyond. There are many other walking routes to explore around the town and the neighbouring towns and villages.
The number 71 town bus service connects the Cobb with the town square and one of the main car parks at Holmbush, including other areas within the town.
If you are looking to explore the coast or other Dorset towns and villages, the Jurassic Coaster buses are fantastic options.
The Jurassic Coaster X53 bus connects Lyme with Weymouth via Charmouth, Chideock, Bridport, West Bay, Burton Bradstock and Abbotsbury.
The Jurassic Coaster X51 bus also travels to Weymouth via Charmouth, Chideock, Bridport, Winterbourne Abbas, Poundbury and Dorchester.
If you are heading into neighbouring Devon or Somerset, you’ll need to catch the X51 or X53 bus to Axminster Railway Station for onwards travel.
Axminster is the nearest railway station to Lyme Regis.
You can either catch a taxi or the X51 or X53 buses from Lyme to Axminster.
From Axminster Railway Station you can catch trains heading west into Devon, north into Somerset or east into Dorset.
Main train stations in Devon include Exmouth, Exeter, Dawlish, Torquay, Paignton and Plymouth. You could also explore Yeovil and Castle Cary in Somerset or Sherborne and Gillingham in Dorset.
There are a number of local taxi companies who pick up and drop off in the Lyme Regis area.
As well as getting you from A to B within the local area, some also offer airport and ferry terminal transfers.
If you need to book an accessible taxi, Payne’s Premier Travel which are based in Axminster have two fully wheelchair accessible taxis, as well as 4, 6 and 8 seater vehicles.