Jurassic Coast holidays aren’t just for those keen on finding fossils and learning about the natural prehistory of the British Isles. There are plenty of wonderful natural attractions like Lulworth Cove, Durlston County Park, and Durdle Door to explore. The best Jurassic Coast tours will also whisk you through the history of human settlement in this region, passing attractions like the magnificent ruins of Corfe Castle and the quaint surrounding town, named for the dilapidated fort. With a Newmarket Holidays tour, you’ll get the best of all of this and more.
If the wind picks up, there’s plenty to do inside. The sheer number of museums and galleries dotted along the Jurassic Coast means you’re never more than a few minutes away from learning something new. And after a long day of sightseeing you can head to one of the countless (dog friendly) pubs in the region, for a hard-earned pint and bite to eat. An ideal trip for history, culture and nature lovers alike.
You can’t head to this region of England and not try Dorset's Blue Vinny Cheese.
The creamy, blue-veined cheese is mostly mild with a few spots of deep flavour, and is perfectly paired with a rich red and fruity chutney.
Although lettuce is often considered nothing more than a garnish, down here it’s the star of the show in the surprisingly rich and filling Lettuce Soup. Have a bowl after a day of exploring and you’ll see just how restorative everyone’s favourite salad green can be when prepared the right way.
There’s nothing quite like bundling into a country pub after a day of windswept views and fossil hunting, and thankfully the Jurassic Coast is home to countless places to sip a pint of bitter and indulge in a hearty meal.
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