There are a seemingly limitless amount of Jurassic Coast highlights, with incredible Places to discover, an endless array of Things to Do, and some fabulous Places to Stay. Here, we’ve compiled some of our favourite locations, experiences and stays from across the 95 miles of the Jurassic Coast.

Grab a cuppa, take a look through, and find some inspiration for your next Jurassic Coast adventure!

Best Camping Spots on the Jurassic Coast

The Jurassic Coast is one of the best places in the country to get up close and personal with nature, with a myriad of amazing places to take in.

One of the best ways to conclude a day spent Walking the Coast is to hunker down for the night in one of the coast’s best camping spots.

In this article, we’ve handpicked our selection of the coast’s ten best camping spots, listed from west to east across the World Heritage Site.

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The peaceful tree-lined paths of Durdle Door Holiday Park.

Top Rainy Day Activities

The Jurassic Coast has much to offer for visitors. It is, however, inevitable that there will be days when the weather isn’t quite what you were hoping for.

To help you out, in this article we have compiled some of our top rainy day activities, so you can hide from the weather whilst still enjoying the best of the Jurassic Coast.

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Beer beach in East Devon in the rain. Photo © James Laing via

Top Dog Friendly Cottages

A trip to the Jurassic Coast is that much better when accompanied by your four-legged best friend. Here we’ve collated some of our top dog friendly cottages from across Dorset and East Devon.

Each of the properties listed here are offered for booking with dogs in mind, and all are located close to an unmissable Jurassic Coast hot-spot. Pack the lead and dog toys and set their tails wagging!

If you’re headed to the beach with your canine companion, be sure to check our Dog Friendly Beaches page before you go, to make sure you’re following the seasonal rules.

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The view from Beehive Cottage, Eype, just a stone's throw from the Jurassic Coast. © Canine Cottages

Top Romantic Locations on the Jurassic Coast

The Jurassic Coast has a dazzling variety of walks, landscapes and charming towns and villages to offer as destinations for happy couples. We’ve hand-picked 8 of our top romantic locations where you can cosy up with your loved one, with our incredible World Heritage Site as your backdrop.

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The Anchor Inn at Seatown, with Golden Cap in the background.

Top Romantic Cottages on the Jurassic Coast

As well as being England’s only natural World Heritage Site, the Jurassic Coast is one of the country’s most romantic destinations. Whether it’s windswept cliffs, meandering coastal paths, or sun-drenched beaches, our magnificent coastline provides an ideal backdrop for romantic getaways and escapes.

In this article, we’ve put together this selection of top romantic cottages on the Jurassic Coast. We’ve picked a selection from across Dorset’s portion of the Jurassic Coast, and each one is designed to help you and your loved one create idyllic memories of your time on the Jurassic Coast.

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The Hideaway, Salwayash. © Dorset Hideaways.