The Jurassic Coast – South West Coastal Path offers many opportunities for all ramblers.
The Kimmeridge bay section is very popular with it’s elongated rock platforms, huge outcrops of rock lined by pebbled beaches.
It will allow you to get up close and personal with a very comprehensive range of marine life, dolphins, seals are often spotted here with rare birds. Kimmeridge Bay itself is very popular for many water based activities including angling, snorkelling and swimming. Scuba divers flock here throughout all seasons to explore the famous “Underwater Nature Trail”. More recently it has also attracted windsurfers and surfers when conditions are perfect.
There are many rock pools for the smaller ramblers to explore and hunt!
Whilst there you could visit The PVMNR (Purbeck Voluntary Nature Reserve) that offer guided Rock Pool rambles and have many special facilities including an underwater camera for those that would prefer to spectate
Very long rock ledges, a multicoloured pebbled beach, and very large rocky outcrops make Kimmeridge Bay a very popular place for ramblers.
The Castleton is the perfect base to explore this area