Dorset and East Devon Coast – the Jurassic Coast in southern part of England

The area of southern England is often called as The Jurassic coast. The geographical location of this Dorset and East Devon Coast can tell you many things left from the periods of Triassic, Jurassic to the period of Cretaceous. The place constitutes what UNESCO acknowledge as the first site of natural world heritage. What makes the coast of Dorset and East Devon so special is that it spans dramatic coastline in 95 miles. Another attraction you can find at this tourism area is about world-renowned fossils of all types. As a famous world-class tourism destination, you will find not only guest houses, holiday parks but also caravan sites that can make your vacation unforgettable.

Dorset and East Devon Coast

Durdle Door, Dorset and East Devon Coast
Photo by Paulo

When you want to visit the area, the ticket is about 8 pounds for adults and 6 pounds for children. The best time to visit this tourism area is in the summer, ranging from July to November. The reason why you should visit the area in the summer is that the weather gets its best for a vacation. In order that you can get this place, you can get some ways to get there. One of them is to take flight to London from which you can get to this place by train or bus.

Dorset and East Devon Coast

Coastal Path, Dorset and East Devon Coast, Great Britain
Photo by Paulo

Dorset and the coast of East Devon is without a doubt an amazing place to visit for a holiday since it offers not only natural beauties but also historical value that can improve your understanding about this earth where you are currently living. All of the things are available in this tourism area ranging from comfortable hotels to friendly tour guide so that you can increase your enjoyment.

The Durdle Door Beach

Durdle Door Beach, Dorset and East Devon Coast
Photo by Paulo

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