Discover the great landforms and features of this constantly changing coastline.
Chesil BeachThis fascinating 18 mile long beach is one of the finest barrier beaches in the world and is formed completely by nature. The Chesil Beach protects the largest tidal lagoon in Britain, which is also home to the Abbotsbury Swannery.
Lulworth CoveThis perfect horseshoe bay formed when a stream breached the limestone, allowing the sea to enter the valley and hollow out the softer clays behind. Now the perfect place for a swim, sunbath, picnic or spot of fishing.
Old Harry RocksThis is virtually the end of the Jurassic Coast. Here the chalk cliffs used to connect with the Needles on the Isle of Wight. All that is left today is the free standing stacks which have become fondly known as ‘Old Harry’.
Pulpit RockPulpit rock is located near the southern tip of the Isle of Portland. Unlike the other landforms along the Jurassic Coast this has had human intervention in its creation and is a result of the quarry industry.