Travel Information

If you are planning to drive to the Jurassic Coast - especially during the main holiday periods - please use Park & Ride facilities wherever possible and avoid the hassle of finding a car parking space in the height of the summer!

Please check all public transport information with Traveline before travelling.

Jurassic Coaster X53 Bus Service

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The Jurassic Coaster X53 bus service is ideal for walkers.

You can walk along a section of the South West Coast Path and have the option of either travelling out or back by bus.

The service connects Exeter, Sidford, Beer, Seaton, Lyme Regis, Charmouth, Bridport, Abbotsbury, Weymouth, Wool, Wareham and Poole.

 

Read more: Jurassic Coaster X53 Bus Service

The South West Coast Path National Trail

The South West Coast Path runs the entire length of the Jurassic Coast, offering stunning panoramas and the opportunity to view the geology up close.

Read more: The South West Coast Path National Trail

Boat Trips

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Travelling by boat provides a unique perspective of the coast, allowing passengers to view the geology exposed in the cliffs from the sea.

Read more: Boat Trips

Cycle Routes

Follow one of the national or local cycle routes, and experience the Jurassic Coast on two wheels - the healthy, non-polluting way to travel.

Read more: Cycle Routes

Rail Network

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Let the train take the strain (from you and from the environment). Sit back and enjoy the ride.

Read more: Rail Network

Road Links

If you plan to visit the Jurassic Coast by car, it is a good idea to familiarise yourself with the best routes available in advance of setting out, as the roads (especially during peak holiday times) do get busy.

Read more: Road Links

Airports

Exeter and Bournemouth both have airports serving the region, offering both national and international visitors easy access to the Jurassic Coast.

Read more: Airports

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