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We walked up and along Chesil Beach on a very windy day. The sea was crashing down on the stones and it looked magnificent. The banks of stones go on and on out of sight and what a journey all those years ago.
Beautiful sights out to sea but you have to be fairly fit to walk on those pebbles and up and down the bank. My boyfriend took to me up at the highest point but the view and the sunset where worth it. A wonderful fishing...More
This magnificent natural beach is perfect for families and offers a cafe at it's entrance close to the car park + toilets. It is a sea shore unlike any other in the area of coastline.
It is not an easy walk to the top of...More
Whenever we visit Weymouth we have to have a look at Chesil Beach...it's beautiful and yet hard at the same time...this year we also picked up some litter picking kits to help clean up on our way that they offer..
Kids thought it was great...More
Always wanted to visit, wasn't disappointed. A 16 mile shingle bank from Portland to Abbotsbury, however I didn't walk the entire length!! A great idea was asking people to take 2 minutes to pick up litter to keep the beach clean. Sad to say nearly...More
I can at least say I’ve been it’s better seen from a distance than up close as it’s very difficult to walk on and along. It is a natural strip of shingle but at the end of the days it’s a pile of stones nothing...More
We only saw the part of it on the Isle of Portland, running alongside the road which is the the causeway to the island - it but we understand it extends nearly to Lyme Regis, and we did not explore enough of Portland to... More
We only saw the part of it on the Isle of Portland, running alongside the road which is the the causeway to the island - it but we understand it extends nearly to Lyme Regis, and we did not explore enough of Portland to follow how far past the first township it extends into the isle.