Walk - Seatown to Abbotsbury
9.3 miles (15.0 km)
Easy - Moderate
A walk along a spectacularly dramatic section of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site awaits as you set off from the little village of Seatown. The Coast Path begins with some short, steep climbs before easing as it becomes more level beyond Burton Bradstock.
After resting to enjoy the magnificent views and keeping a look out for peregrines from Burton Cliff, continue as the Path drops to pick up the spectacular, long pebbly sweep of Chesil Beach. It is no wonder that this truly breathtaking place is a Site of Special Scientific Interest, and it is especially beautiful in the spring and summer months when there are many colourful flowers to enjoy.
The hundreds of mute swans of Abbotsbury Swannery make for an extraordinary sight at the end of your day and there is a small selection of welcome refreshments in the fascinating, historic village of Abbotsbury.
Peach's B&B, Abbotsbury
Set in the heart of Abbotsbury in Dorset, this quaint B&B offers 1 double room and 1 single room, both with ensuite shower. At about 400 years old, this cottage has characterful bedrooms with comfortable beds and is a perfect stop for South West Coast Path walkers.