Chesil Beach close to Littlesea Holiday Park

Close to Littlesea Holiday Park is the amazing Chesil Beach.

This famous description of Chesil beach below was written by the author John Fowles, who lived in Dorset.

“It is above all an elemental place, made of sea, shingle and sky, its dominant sound always that of waves on moving stone: from the great surf and pounding … of sou’westers, to the delicate laps and back-gurgling of the rare dead calm….”

Chesil Beach Visitor Centre

Chesil Beach Visitor Centre

Visitor centre with information about Chesil Beach and its wildlife. Bird watching, views under the sea, gifts, boardwalk to the beach and lots more. Open 7 days a week, from 10am-4pm before Easter and 10am-5pm after Easter. The Fine Foundation Centre is halfway along the causeway between Weymouth and Portland on the A354.

Moonfleet Adventure Sailing

Moonfleet Adventure Sailing

Moonfleet sails daily from Portland Marina in Dorset, to remarkable destinations along Dorset's beautiful coastline! All trips depart from and return to Portland Marina. Treat yourself to a day at sea sailing our classic Tallship. Sailing around Tallship Southern England’s stunning Jurassic Coastline and the fascinating chalk down lands of The Isle of Purbeck and stone cliffs on The Isle of Portland.

Castletown D-Day Centre

Castletown D-Day Centre

The Castletown D-Day Centre is a family friendly, interactive WWII museum that tells the story of the thousands of US military personnel who in June 1944 sailed from Dorset to the beaches of Normandy.

Jurassic Safari

Jurassic Safari

Sit back, relax and enjoy Dorset's spectacular scenery and wildlife, venturing into 52 acres of beautiful countryside. Your guide will share some fascinating local history and a few quirky Dorset tales along the way. Refreshments, including homemade baked goods, are offered on every safari.

Nothe Fort

Nothe Fort

This 19th century Fort includes a museum highlighting coastal defence. Built by the Victorians to protect Portland Harbour. A well preserved fort for your family to visit. The advances in technology that affected the fort are explained through many displays, exhibits and audio visual facilities located on the ramparts, gun decks and maze of underground passageways. You could have a picnic on the ramparts. Enjoy the stunning and far reaching views of the Jurassic Coast.

Portland Museum

Portland Museum

A stone’s throw from Rufus Castle and the stunning Church Ope Cove, on the South West Coast Path. Dinosaurs, shipwrecks and smugglers, Roman and Viking invasions, stone carving, seafaring, ground breaking scientists and world-famous authors.

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