The Isle of Purbeck is an area of complete contrasts, from a dramatic coastline, a traditional seaside town, rolling hills and rare heathland not to mention the numerous pretty rural villages dotted around the rolling landscape and an ancient castle that lies in ruins.
The Isle of Purbeck is in fact not an island, but an area of coastline that is surrounded on three sides. Within the Purbecks you will find an area that in many places hasn't changed for centuries, providing the ideal location for a traditional holiday or a getaway weekend.
Swanage is the traditional seaside town with it's very own sandy bay and beach, you can find out more information about Swanage by following this link.
Corfe Castle, situated in the centre of the Isle of Purbeck remains to this day, dominated by the ruins of the Norman Castle. Follow this link to discover more about Corfe Castle.
Studland. Not only is Studland famous for it's unspoilt beach, the area also offers acres of unspoilt heathland in which you can explore, discover more information here.
Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. Part of the Jurassic Coast, where you can see some truly beautiful coastal scenes. Find out more about the Jurassic Coast here by following this link.