Swanage & Purbeck lies on the south coast of Dorset and offers stunning coastal and country scenery. Visitors can enjoy the Blue Flag sandy beach at the traditional Victorian resort of Swanage or the more rugged beach at Studland; walking along the South West Coast Path gives breath-taking views over the coastline. The area is also the eastern gateway to the Jurassic Coast – Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door are key features of the World Heritage Site.
Durlston Country Park is a perfect place to appreciate the area’s rich wildlife as is Wareham Forest, where the Sika Cycle Trail offers a safe off-road cycling environment. Purbeck also has a wealth of family attractions including Monkey World and The Tank Museum and was the inspiration for many of Enid Blyton’s novels.