by Roland Tarr (25 May 2011)
The South West Coast Path is the longest of Britain's National Trails, following the spectacular coastline for 630 miles (1008 km) around the southernmost tip of England from Somerset all the way to Dorset.
This volume features the section of the Path from Exmouth to Poole in Dorset, a distance of 116 miles (186 km). It follows the stunning cliffs of the Jurassic Coast, a designated World Heritage Site, visits the Cobb at Lyme Regis and offers superb views of Chesil Bank's remarkable shingle spit.
- Ordnance Survey mapping for the entire route
- Background information on everything from archaeology to wildlife
- Comprehensive, up-to-date information on public transport, accommodation and places of interest
- Lavishly illustrated with colour photography throughout