Jurassic Coast, Devon/Dorset

The Jurassic Coast is Britain’s first World Heritage Site, spanning 95 miles of glorious coastline and 185 million years of history, from Dorset to East Devon. The rock formations and fossils found on the Jurassic Coast provide us with an almost complete record of the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods and how the landscape has changed over time. There are some sights really worth seeing along the coast - the stunning limestone arch at Durdle Door, the pretty fishing town of Lyme Regis, Abbotsbury Swannery; spend a day in Regency Sidmouth, or climb to the top of Golden Cap, the highest cliff on the south coast of England, to be rewarded with panoramic views of the coast and countryside.

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