The South Coast is one of eight key regions featured on England’s Coast.com. The south coast region has a stunning coastline, attractive rural landscapes, a variety of visitor attractions and great activities on offer. England’s only natural World Heritage Site, the Jurassic Coast, spans the length of this area featuring world famous iconic land and sea formations including Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door, Chesil Beach and Ladram Bay. There are interesting coastal towns, heritage assets such as Corfe and Lulworth Castles and a number of walking, arts and food festivals. The England’s Coast video for this area focusses on the key Jurassic Coast highlights.
The coastline is special but inland the rolling hills are dotted with pretty villages, packed with historical and literary connections. Key sources of accommodation are Bournemouth, Poole and Weymouth where there is a large selection from 4* hotels to camping and caravanning parks.
Watch the England’s Coast video for this area (below) to familiarise yourself with the South Coast’s s key attractions and then click on the link below to start the course.