Hike through this wonderful UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site!

A self-guided walking tour
2023 dates
: April to mid-October. During some periods accommodation can be heavily booked. Please give alternative dates if possible. Please ask us re possible start dates both earlier and later in the year.

Duration: 5 or 9 nights. Other durations are possible. During the first week of August (Thursday to Thursday) all rooms at Sidmouth (night 2 of this tour) are likely to be booked by visitors to the Sidmouth International Folk Music Festival. During this period we can provide a second night at Exmouth (normally night 1) with transfers in both directions included.
Grade. Easy/Moderate. Daily distances range up to 20km/13 miles. Some gradients on the coastal paths are steep and strenuous. However most days can readily be shortened by using buses or taxis. Route-finding is generally easy.
Tour prices: See “Tour prices” below.
Tour codes: J5E (Exmouth to Lyme Regis); J9E (Exmouth to Weymouth and Lulworth Cove).

Take a look at some of the ground covered on Day 9 of this tour, courtesy of the South West Coast Path!

Tour Map

Images from our Devon & Dorset: The Jurassic Coast tour…

  • Coast path, White Nothe

  • Fossil hunting at Lyme Regis

  • Beer, Dorset

More images of this tour…

Coloured fishing nets
How to Book

Hiking Tour Enquiries

Request our detailed factsheet for this tour - code FSJ - to find out more about daily walking distances, places of interest to visit and more!

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