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Kimmeridge Bay

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Chris
Chris
May 12, 2020
Whether you’re looking for a fossil or like to surf and all that’s in between, Kimmeridge is a must see. It is not far from the cottage and is worth a visit, they also have a museum on Jurassic marine life.
Ruth
Ruth
February 24, 2020
Beautiful scenery, great walking, interesting history. We like to park at the top before you get to Kimmeridge and walk down to the village and bay. Great place for fossils.
Helen
Helen
February 23, 2020
A great place for a walk and to top for food Clavell’s restaurant.
Alison
Alison
February 19, 2020
Great for fossil hunting . ( top tip buy a fossil from shop in Swanage before you go to be" found" ) wink wink
Karen
Karen
September 10, 2019
Check out Etches fossil museum and maybe find your own fossils on the beach. There is a £5 parking charge to get to the bay.

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Natural Feature
“The Isle of Purbeck is a wonderful day out with beautiful scenery. There are 3 ways to get from Bournemouth to Isle of Purbeck by bus, taxi or car. Sandbanks Ferry is a vehicular chain ferry which crosses the entrance of Poole Harbour in the English county of Dorset. The route runs from Sandbanks to Studland and in doing so connects the coastal parts of the towns of Bournemouth and Poole with Swanage and the Isle of Purbeck. It can be busy but its a lovely crossing and its beautiful when you come off at Studland. you can drive to Swanage, Lulworth Cove, Corfe Castle and Durdle Door. Relax on the beach, explore the South West Coast Path, hunt for dinosaur fossils or just sit back and enjoy the views of the world famous Jurassic Coast. With its coast, countryside and Poole Harbour, the Isle of Purbeck is perfect for birding. Top bird watching spots include the RSPB Arne Nature Reserve, Brownsea Island, Durlston Country Park and Wareham Forest. Browse the great range of shops and markets for everything from sausages for your breakfast to a souvenir of your holiday and there are lots of restaurants, cafés, bistros, pubs and tea rooms in Purbeck. You can either come back on the ferry or drive back around to Bournemouth.”
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Hverfisverslun
“The co-op is bigger than Briantspuddle post office and is open longer hours. ”
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Veitingahús
“If you fancy a drive into the Dorset countryside and a lovely lunch this is a great place, very lovely food. Lots of dogs!”
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Almenningsgarður
“Lulworth Castle is 2 miles away, has an interesting historical displays, a cafe and is surrounded by parkland.”
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Establishment
“Brownsea Island lies in Poole Harbour opposite the town of Poole in Dorset, England. It is the largest of eight islands in the harbour. The island can be reached by one of the public ferries or by private boat. There is a wharf and a small dock near the main castle. The island is 1 1⁄2 miles (2.4 km) long and 3⁄4 mile (1.2 km) wide and consists of 500 acres (200 ha) of woodland (pine and oak), heathland and salt-marsh. The entire island, except the church and a few other buildings which are leased or managed by third parties, is owned by the National Trust. Most of the buildings are situated near the small landing stage. The northern portion of the island is a Nature Reserve managed by Dorset Wildlife Trust and an important habitat for birds; this part of the island has limited public access. A small portion to the southeast of the island, along with Brownsea Castle, is leased to the John Lewis Partnership for use as a holiday hotel for staff and is not open to the public.”
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Staðsetning
Kimmeridge