Visiting the Lyme Bay coast

The Lyme Bay coast located in the south west area of England crosses over east Devon and west Dorset and is a great place for family seaside holiday days, weekend breaks, and for couples looking for romantic breaks.

Some of the reasons that so many people travel to the Lyme Bay coast is due to the fact that it is easy to access and is known for its breathtaking natural beauty, fossil hunting, sandy beaches, thatched cottages, and sheltered harbours. Plus, the weather is generally mild year round making it a great holiday destination at any time of the year.

Lyme Bay is located about two and half hours away from London whether you are travelling by car or by train. If you plan on heading out of the Waterloo train station then East Devon will be a great easy and accessible holiday location. It is a wonderful place to visit because it has so many different attractions and activities to offer people that visit. In order to get the most out of your time on the Lyme Bay coast you might want to think about planning out an itinerary for your holiday.

One great point to visit is the Golden Cap which is located about 191 meters above the sea level and is known as the highest point on the south coast. It is named fittingly for its yellow summit and is a great way to spend a day outside exploring the area.

At times the route gets very challenging and can even be steep, but it is especially worth it once you get to the top and if you get into Seatown you will be able to eat at the Anchor Inn. The food here is well known and the local ale is a real treat after a long hike.