The Isle of Purbeck !
Beautiful villages in a stunning landscape !
Purbeck is a district in Dorset on the South Coast of England, also known as the ‘Isle of Purbeck’. Although not an island in geographical terms Purbeck is bordered on three sides by sea, and on the remaining side, the North, by the River Frome plus the low lying land around the harbour that has remained down the centuries boggy and difficult to cross in winter.
Here are some of the wonderful villages in Purbeck to be visited, followed by some of the top attractions:
Church Knowle is a sleepy village, home of the popular Margaret Green Animal Sanctuary.
Kimmeridge is a small village probably best known for the nearby coastline which forms part of the Jurassic Coast.
A pretty, rural village with many good footpaths to explore the Purbeck countryside.
Lulworth has some of the most famous landmarks in Dorset: Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove and West Lulworth.
A little rural village located the other side of the South Causeway, about half a mile from Wareham.