The world's most geologically diverse coastline
England's iconic Jurassic Coast is the most geologically diverse coastline in the world and famed for being England’s first Natural World Heritage Site. Its geological features and natural beauty are in abundance and richly rewarding to explore. From the sea stacks of Old Harry Rocks in the east to the 'geoneedle' of Orcombe Point in the west, every mile of the 95-mile-long coastline is worth a visit.
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