Our Inspire and Explore articles have been created in association with a host of Dorset experts to offer the ultimate guide to holidays in the regions. Find things to do for the family, the best places to go, things to do, a host of fine dining recommendations and a few surprises.
With no cities or motorways, and over half the county designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the stunning beaches and countryside of Dorset make an awe-inspiring site for outdoor enthusiasts. The open terrain plays host to a great number of accessible activities, suitable for all tastes and capabilities.Read More
Dorset’s picturesque plains aren’t just a wonderful draw for tourists throughout the year, they also make an idyllic permanent home for an array of animals. For holidaymakers that fancy a walk on the wild side, the working farms, bird reserves and conservation parks provide hours of entertainment.Read More
As England’s first natural UNESCO World Heritage Site, Dorset’s Jurassic Coast ranks among the globe’s top natural wonders, with the likes of the Galapagos Islands and Victoria Falls for company. Spanning 95 miles, there is plenty for holidaymakers to explore, and a surprising diversity amongst its many beautiful beaches.Read More
From breath-taking storm beaches to idyllic fields and traditional villages, Dorset’s dramatic scenery covers a spectrum of characters and moods. As the birthplace or holiday location of some of the UK’s most highly regarded authors, it is no wonder that the region has been cited as the inspiration behind an array of literary settings.Read More
With its prime location along Britain’s south coast, Dorset is the ultimate destination for sampling sensational local seafood, with delectable dishes and takeout dinner options galore. There really is no better way to immerse yourself in a summer holiday sensation than by treating the taste buds.Read More