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The white cowes in a field near Worth Matravers. These Charolais are a large breed and have a curious nature.
A beautiful gateway to a view on the hill top walk between Corfe Castle and Worbarrow Bay. Google Map Link
A photo taken on the walk down from Purbeck Hills down to Kimmeridge Bay. Kimmeridge Bay has a beautiful bay with fossils to be found on the beach.
Kimmeridge Bay with rock pools and fossils prints marked on the rocks.
This is the view from Penny Cottage in Corfe Castle. This view over the gardens in Corfe Castle also shows Purbeck Hills. See Penny Cottage for more photos.
Chapmans Pool is the nearest beach to Kingston and is a pleasant walk over the fields. Access to the beach is changable but well worth any effort.
A footpath from Worth Matravers to the Jurassic Coast. A rural walk to the sea and a view over Chapmans Pool.
A gate to the Jurassic Coast. This gate joins the coastal path which runs along the coast from Swanage.
The headland at St Aldhelms head offers views right along the Jurassic Coast. You can see Swanage in the East and Portland in the West.
The coastal path allows you to enjoy countless views like this and this one was captured between St Aldhelms Head and Chapmans Pool.
This view shows the golden sand of Studland Beach. Studland has a long sandy beach which is more than 2miles long.
The Square and Compass public house at Worth Matravers is a popular location for a drink in the sun or to listen to local music. There are numerous festivals held at the pub and these include a stone carving festival, a pumpkin festival, and the Square Fair.
The view from the pub garden at the Square and Compass public house in Worth Matravers.
Worth Matravers has a number of sea views down to the sea at Winspit.
The headland at St Aldhelms head is a location along the coastal path and within a pleasant walk of Worth Matravers. The historic church and coast guard station have wonderful views over the sea.
The stone carving festival is a chance for anyone to have a go at stone carving. The event is held every year at the Square and Compass in Worth Matravers.
The sandy beach at Studland is ideal for sun bathing and the sea is popular with swimmers and sailors.
Many people choose to walk Studland along the coastal path from Swanage. Here you can see the route over Purbeck hills.
The beach at Studland is backed by sand dunes and a nature reserve. The Studland Nature Reserve is a great place to see birds of many varieties.