With Broadchurch returning to our screens for the first time in two years, there’s never been a better time to come down and discover an amazing part of the British coast for yourself! With the iconic cliffs of West Bay becoming a familiar backdrop on our screens I wonder whether you will find the scenery of the Jurassic Coast in Dorset more dramatic than the actual TV series itself.
Back in 2015, 9.3 million people tuned in and over 260,000 tweets were sent during the Broadchurch finale, which definitely made it one of the must see events of 2015! However, the shows filming locations boasts some of the most dramatic British seaside scenery you can find. With Rockley Park, Weymouth Bay, Seaview and Littlesea Holiday Parks all being in the Dorset region, let’s discover some more of this dramatic landscape that will, hopefully, stop you thinking about what dramatic events this season of Broadchurch may hold!
The Jurassic Coast sets the scene with this very dramatic sunrise, but hold on this is just the beginning of the show, let’s find out what else parts of this coastline has to offer us.
A never ending coastline of amazing scenery is at your feet and ready for you to explore, you might need to do some investigating of your own. I think the man below has got the right idea.
With twists and turns around every corner, this part of coast can’t get any better!
To provide some tranquility, the Man of War Bay provides some of the best views around, enclosing Man O’War Cove this Dorset wonder provides idyllic scenery all year round.
It wouldn’t be right to let this beach series come to an end, without mentioning the dramatic Kimmeridge Bay. This sunset could be right on your doorstep, if you take a trip down to the Dorset coast!