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Destination Guide

A boat trip along the Jurassic Coastline

South West England (Cornwall, Devon, Dorset & Somerset)

Tourist Information

Hotels & Things to see & Do in Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, and Somerset

Wherever you go you will see spectacular scenery, wonderful countryside and a beautiful coastline. Walk the coastal paths, discover sandy beaches, dramatic cliffs, secluded coves and picturesque fishing villages, or visit the larger and livelier resorts. Inland, visit prehistoric sites, villages with thatched, cob cottages and riverside pubs, stately homes with landscaped gardens or the wide open spaces of the wonderful National Parks, Exmoor and Dartmoor.

Must see in the area:
Cornish Mining Museum
Eden Project in Cornwall

If you are looking for an adrenalin filled break , then the South West of England offers you every opportunity, from surfing, canoeing, 4x4, cliff climbing, microlighting, parachute jumping, sailing or mountain biking. Or for a really fun day out for all the family visit Go Ape in Honiton, Devon

Dorset is an area of amazing contrasts, come and take in our breathtaking scenery, absorb our history and heritage or simply relax in one of the most beautiful and diverse parts of England. The Jurassic Coast provides an ideal playground for fossil hunters and families alike. Best way to see the Jurassic Coastline is by joining one of the boat cruises out of Poole. (see image). Discover holiday activities galore at picturesque resorts like Lyme Regis and West Bay. Take your pick from paddling in the sea to watersports or strolls along the prom. Towns offer stunning architecture, excellent shopping opportunities and plenty of delightful cafes to stop for refreshments. A stroll though one of our towns brings to life our rich heritage, from Roman relics to Thomas Hardy. Explore Dorset's many ancient sites, from Iron Age fortresses to Roman amphitheatres. Pay a visit to one of Dorset's most well-known residents, the imposing 180ft Cerne Giant.

Towns in this region