This region is home to England’s first Natural World Heritage site; The Dorset and East Devon Coast World Heritage Site. Also known as the Jurassic Coast this site covers a whopping 95 miles of stunning coastline that takes students on a geological “walk through time”. Spanning the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods this coastline is crammed with exceptional examples of intriguing natural coastal landforms. It is a true geography teachers’ dream! The perfect outdoor classroom with ample opportunities to explore the stumps, caves, arches, cliffs and beaches and engage students with the natural world around them.
Adaptable Travel are able to organise a specialist guide to accompany you on visits and offer fantastic insights into this truly amazing stretch of coastline.