This full day tour visits the Jurassic Coast, England’s only natural UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The route to the south coast takes us through some beautiful ´Thomas Hardy´countryside. Our first stop is Shaftesbury, an old market town and home to the famous, cobbled Gold Hill. Here you get the chance to have a quick refreshment stop with a scenic view of visit the town museum or the market (Thursday only).
Durdle Door is our next stop. Walk down to Man o’ War Rocks and view the magnificent rock arch of Durdle Door, formed from the Portland limestone beds. Either you can walk to see the famous Lulworth Crumple rock formation in Stair Hole or come along in the bus. From this point you can see the oldest and newest geological rocks from one view point.
As we continue further east we’re greeted by the castle ruins towering above the village of Corfe. Here there is plenty to do and see: visit the castle ruins with views across the sea and land, Take lunch in a cafe or pub, browse through the gallery and antique shops or visit the model village complete with castle, all in miniature and set in an English garden.
On the way back we will break the journey half an hour stop in the beautiful city of Salisbury. We may be lucky enough to catch Evensong at the Cathedral.
This tour operates on the following dates:
09:00 – 18:30
The tour will cost £48 adults. £25 child.