The Jurassic Coast is a world heritage site. Spanning 185 million years of history across the Triassic, Cretaceous and Jurassic periods in just 95 miles. Through its landslides, cliffs and beaches we can learn about the natural processes that formed the coast and continue to shape the world today.
Stories of the ancient earth are revealed through its rocks and fossils revealing a walk through time across deserts, tropical seas, ancient forests and lush swamps, recorded in rock and laid out along the 95 mile stretch of coast between Exmouth in East Devon and Studland Bay in Dorset.
Seaton lies at the start of the Axmouth to Lyme Regis Undercliffs walk which is a wild section of the Jurassic Coast rich in wildlife and plant life. Now national nature reserve guided walks are available to discover this incredible section of the Jurassic Coast
To discover more visit Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site