Fossil Hunting Along the Jurassic Coast

The Jurassic Coast is a World Heritage Site on the southern coast of England. The Jurassic Coast stretches from Exmouth in East Devon to Studland Bay in Dorset, across 95 stunning miles of coastline. This region was designated as England’s first natural World Heritage Site in 2001. The layers of rocks along the coastline reveal the history of the region through multiple periods including the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. The Jurassic Coast is one of the world’s best places to explore rocks and witness real-life fossils!

Durdle Door EnglandOur friends at Lyme Bay Holidays have put together this amazing infographic about fossil hunting along the Jurassic Coast! It’s a beautiful part of England for a getaway and a destination that we would absolutely love to explore one day! I can’t even imagine how incredible it would be to see some of the fossils in real life!

Lyme Bay Holidays have hundreds of self catering holiday cottages dotted along the coastline and countryside that offer the perfect place to relax and unwind on your holiday to this stunning region. Each picturesque village and town along the coastline offers its own unique charm and reasons to visit. Whether you are visiting for a weekend, a week or even longer, there’s a perfect cottage for you that will allow you to experience all the Jurassic Coast has to offer and allow you to experience fossil hunting for yourself!

Lyme Bay Jurassic Coast Infographic

Have you been to the Jurassic Coast?

This post was sponsored by Lyme Bay Holidays.

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