Nestled along the Southern English coastline, Dorset’s infamous beaches, landmarks and hotel’s stand out from the crowd with cascading clifftops, imposing over the English Channel below.
Containing an abundance of historic sites and monuments, Dorset is not only a family-fun county for all but a gold mine for historians and geological historians. Soak in the fabulous views across the infamous, ancient, natural limestone arch ‘Durdle Door’ along the Jurassic Coast, the breathtaking clifftops along Lulworth Cove and the outstanding, mansion dotted beach-haven of Sandbanks.
Boasting some of the most picturesque landscapes, magnificent beaches and quirky beach-chic towns and villages occupying the tastiest seafood restaurants. If you’re in search for iconic film locations, a relaxing beach retreat or perhaps a spot of fossil hunting along the Jurassic Coast; Dorset is a perfect location for everyone seeking a little coastal luxury.
Out and About
There’s a world of adventure to discover in Dorset and the Jurassic Coast is one of many highlights to explore in the region. Join a fossil-hunting walk and go back in time to rediscover the dinosaur era or take the little ones to the award-winning Dinosaur Museum in Dorchester.
If you’re looking for a couple’s retreat activity, why not choose a romantic hot air balloon ride over the stunning Dorset landscape, complete with a champagne toast. Follow your ride in the sky with a relaxing massage at one of the many luxury hotel spas and make memories to last forever.
Dorset’s epic coastline is one of its main attractions and the beaches attract tourists from all over the globe. Some of our hottest picks include the family-friendly Weymouth Beach, the beautiful white-pebbled beach at Lulworth Cove, and the fine sandy beaches at Studland Beach which stretching over 4 miles..