Get to know this enchanting destination with these things to do in Corfe Castle.
Worth Matravers - a pretty village with lots of lovely things to do during your Dorset holiday
Weymouth is a real coastal gem. Just 7 miles from Dorchester in Dorset, this seaside resort has been attracting visitors from all over the world for over 100 years. It’s a pretty place to spend a holiday with lots of things to see and places to go in around the local area. Home to a large beach, fringed by a Georgian-era esplanade, a cool shopping district and a quaint fishing quay (on the River Wey), it’s a classic coastal destination with something to impress everybody. The to...
It’s one of life’s little luxuries, and a typically British thing to do on holiday, there’s nothing quite like treating yourself to an indulgent afternoon tea or two. Fortunately, you don’t have... to go far to find tea rooms, cafes and hotels serving up the most delicious afternoon tea and cream teas, and we have the insider knowledge to guide you to some of the very best afternoon tea spots in Dorset. We’re talking cafes with
From Michelin star restaurants to quaint English tearooms and vegan cafes, we have compiled a variety of choices for you.
With the incredible Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site taking up most of the Dorset coast, it’s no wonder that the beaches in Dorset are so spectacular.
Often nicknamed ‘The Pearl of Dorset’, we have picked out the very best to help you plan your next trip.
Visit Abbotsbury Swannery. One of Dorset's top family visitor attractions - home to a large colony of mute swans. It's one of the best natural visitor attractions in Dorset.
Come and discover the most gorgeous woodland areas in Dorset including Puddletown forest and Thornecombe wood.
A selection of our favourite ways to discover Dorset at Easter, from fun events to outdoor activities.
We’ve searched high and low to find the very best things to do in Dorset for all kinds of visitors, from keen walkers and sightseers to those visiting with children!
Stretching nearly 100 miles from the sandy beaches of Bournemouth to the East Devon border, the Dorset Coast is a continuous geological wonder. Peppered with dinosaur footprints and bones, it has earned the title of the Jurassic Coast and attracts scientists, families and couples alike.
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