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Wareham

Wareham is a wonderful holiday spot to visit and enjoy. Situated between two rivers, the Frome River and the quaintly named Piddle; this little community is a true market town.  It’s a modern town with an ancient past. Poole Harbour is the water front for Wareham. One of the most interesting things about this town […]

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Poole Harbour

Poole Harbour is a naturally formed harbour that once was a flourishing valley, but at the end of the last ice age this valley began to fill with water creating a very shallow and thriving harbour. This harbour is no stranger to human life as there is evidence of civilized activities in the area dating […]

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Worth Matravers

Near Swanage there is the tiny village of Worth Matravers, a village that has a long history back to medieval times. This would be a great place to come spend a holiday in an area that is off the beaten path, yet, has all the accommodations and activities a person could ever hope for. The […]

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Wool, Dorset

There is a very pleasant little village named Wool in the county of Dorset. There are many interesting and enthralling things to see and do in Wool Village on a lazy weekend or an extended holiday. You could go to the Tank Museum, or Monkey World, Morten Gardens, The Lulworth Castle, catch a film, or […]

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Upton

In south east Dorset you will find a small town called Upton. This town is the second largest town in Purbeck right behind the community of Swanage. This village is home to one of the most interesting homes in Dorset. It is called the Upton House and it’s situated some 45 feet above the sea […]

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Lulworth Cove

Lulworth Cove itself is a beautiful sight carved out of solid rock by the sea. Nearby are two villages, East and West Lulworth, where you can stroll 5 miles of England’s most gorgeous coastline.  You will find the Lulworth Cove Heritage Centre next to the shore where history is told and secrets about the cove […]

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The Jurassic Coast

Jurassic was a term that wasn’t well known until an American movie Jurassic Park came out in 1997 showing a lost world of dinosaurs and the truth is that the Jurassic coast is not lost to the world and the history makes this spectacular coastline a Natural World Heritage Site. It is the only place […]

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Durdle Door

If you want to have your breath taken away by its shear beauty, then Durdle Door (or Dor) is a place you will want to visit.  This spectacular oddity is set on a sublime shoreline and is situated on the Southern Coast of England. Words that come to mind when you look at the shore […]

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Corfe Castle

If you have never been to a real castle before then you are sure to enjoy a visit to the Corfe Castle. There is also a village by the same name, situated below the ancient ruined castle.  This little town is quaint and stretches the width of the Isle of Purbeck. When you get there, […]

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Brownsea Island

The peaceful little wooded area of Brownsea Island is sure to win over your heart when you visit and find it to be a little slice of English paradise. This is the place to go for a quiet and a refreshing experience where you will observe the natural habitat and wildlife that reside on the […]

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