With today’s release of the movie Jurassic World, we thought it best to showcase our Jurassic Parks which are situated on one of England’s most beautiful coastlines! The Jurassic Coast was England’s first natural World Heritage Site. Boasting 185 million years of the Earth’s history it stretches along the south coast for 95 miles.
Situated right next to stunning red stone cliffs, Devon Cliffs sits above Sandy Bay, an award winning Blue Flag beach. There is a whole range of activities on offer here and many of our holiday homes have views of the sea. If you are feeling adventurous, you can try climbing or learn to paddle board or sea kayak.
Our Littlesea Holiday Park sits on Chesil Beach making the views from this park world class. If you are looking for a family friendly site with enough going on to keep the kids happy for weeks then this is definitely the perfect site for you. You can take to the beach straight away and start discovering millions of years of history.
Surrounded by turquoise water and glittering in the sunshine lies Rockley Park. The delightful sand and shingle beach on the edge of the park is perfect for crabbing and paddling! Best of all we’re also located right next to a nature reserve!
With a path leading down to the beach at Bowleaze Cove, Weymouth Bay provides idyllic scenery with palm trees lining the park, colourful flowers and the blue seas.