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All reviews lyme regis fossil hunting car park heritage centre jurassic coast ice cream van fossil shop rock pools plenty of parking definitely recommend a visit been coming here for years west side grassy area low tide cliff face public toilets fossils galore
Great for fossil hunting, dogs allowed until July. Not really a sunbathing beach. Nice walks off the beach, cheap parking. Little wooden hut at one end serving up snacks and drinks. Cafe and a shop at the other.
We stayed near Charmouth and visited the beach 3 times for some fossil hunting. Although it gets busy at peak time there is plenty of space if you walk further along. Nice lot of parking, great heritage centre and helpful beach rangers. We had a...More
I must start my saying I have been going to Charmouth Beach for many years. I have also visited a lot of the great beaches in various parts of the world. Why is Charmouth beach so special.
Firstly lack of development. Just a small block...More
The Charmouth mining operation is a unique place. The air rings with the sound of hammer on stone, as adults and children alike chip away at the rocks. On their breaks, the workers splash in the sea or make sand-castles.
If you crossed a beach...More
Such fun, hours can be spent searching the beach for so much treasure. Not just fossils! Fun for everyone, take the advice given and keep away from the cliffs. Good cafes so easy for a day out. You can even walk to Lyme when the...More
Charmouth beach in itself is more for fossil hunters noticed kayakers but not paddle boarders on the surf would not say you couldn't I think personally that Lulworth cove not far away would be a more picturesque and... More
Charmouth beach in itself is more for fossil hunters noticed kayakers but not paddle boarders on the surf would not say you couldn't I think personally that Lulworth cove not far away would be a more picturesque and worthwhile idea