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Dorset Tours & Holidays

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One of England's most scenic counties, Dorset is synonymous with both rolling green countryside and picturesque beaches.

Boasting cliff-backed bays, unspoiled nature and National Trust properties, the region offers plenty to its many visitors. One of the biggest draws for Dorset holidays is the chance to explore the famous Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site home to inviting stretches of sand and shingle-strewn beaches and quaint slower-paced towns and villages dotted with traditional Dorset cottages harking back to days gone by. 

Visit much-loved destinations like West Bay and Lyme Regis and take in popular landmarks including Corfe Castle and Lulworth Cove. Meander along scenic coastal paths, discover centuries of local history and refuel at one of the many cosy (and often dog-friendly) traditional pubs along the way. With intriguing history and sea views aplenty, our Dorset tours are perfect for those wanting to explore close to home, and there are few better places to do so than this beautiful corner of the UK's southwest.

Things to see in Dorset

From classic cove views to ancient castles, Dorset is full of adventure.

Things to do in Dorset

To give you a nudge in the right direction, we’ve gathered some of Dorset's most impressive sites to explore.

Food and Drink in Dorset

Holidays in Dorset mean the chance to sample a wide range of local seafood.

From oysters and lobster to sea bass and mackerel, you can enjoy fresh fish and shellfish across the county's coastline.

Having reproduced a 300-year-old recipe in 1980, Mike Davies now makes the famous Blue Vinney cheese from his farm in Sturminster Newton. Be sure to taste this crumbly, creamy blue cheese when you get the chance.

Good news for those who like to unwind with a beer after a day's sightseeing - locally produced beers and ales can be found all over the county! To learn more about the production process, a visit to an independent brewery such as Piddle Brewery in Piddlehinton is a must.

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