A printed version of this map, known as the Jurassic Coast Mini-Guide, is available for free in many Tourist Information Centres, businesses and visitor attractions across Dorset, East Devon and the wider region.
For an interactive map of the area that includes more details on the Jurassic Coast’s multitude of Places to Go, Things to Do and Places to Stay, see our Visit page. For some travel inspiration, check out our selection of Jurassic Coast Highlights.
The Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site begins in Exmouth, East Devon, and runs across 95 miles of coastline, ending at Old Harry Rocks, near Swanage in Dorset. It is England’s only natural World Heritage Site, and was designated by UNESCO in 2001 for the Outstanding Universal Value of its rocks, fossils and landforms.
East Devon – Explore this intriguing section of coast, which takes in the Jurassic Coast’s oldest rocks.
West Dorset – Explore this iconic section of the Jurassic Coast, home to a pair of superb fossil hunting locations.
Weymouth & Portland – Explore this fascinating section of the coast, which makes a great base from which to explore the World Heritage Site.