The Isle of Purbeck is truely blessed with some of the most fansatic countryside with miles of golden sandy beaches, the most beautiful Jurassic coastline and many historical monuments. We have listed some of the most notably:-
- Corfe Castle - with a number of pubs, a stream railway and the famous castle this little village offers a great day out for all the family
- Lulworth - has fantasic walks, a pebble beach and of course the amazing geology of the cove. Further afield lie the remains of Lulworth Castle which was gutted by fire in 1929
- Studland - a small village famous for the miles of golden sandy beach and the lowland heath nature reserve
- Swanage - located on the eastern end of the Jurassic Coast, Swanage is a busy tourist town with a pebbly beach, many pubs and the Swanage railway.
- Tyneham - the remains of Tyneham sit in the middle of the army ranges, it was evacuated in 1943 for miltary training
- Wareham - this historic Saxon town has a busy market by the Quay on Saturday mornings and a farmers market on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month