Swanage is a coastal town and civil parish in the south east of Dorset, England. It is situated at the eastern end of the Isle of Purbeck, approximately 6 1⁄4 miles (10 km) south of Poole and 25 miles (40 km) east of Dorchester. In the 2011 census the civil parish had a population of 9,601. Nearby are Ballard Down and Old ...
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Beaches galore Looking to soak up the sun on a fabulous sandy beach, or enjoy an invigorating swim with a fantastic view? You are spoilt for choice. Swanage beach is one of the main attractions...
Jul 20, 2017 ... Swanage. Nestled on the south coast in the shadow of Bournemouth and Weymouth, it's perhaps not the most obvious place for a break. But there's more to this little seaside...
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Swanage Bay is a sandy bay facing east and protected from the major southwesterly storms. In the southern part there are low cliffs and banks of Upper Purbeck limestone and shale, largely built over.To the north, as shown here as it was in about 1890 , there are excellent cliff sections of Wealden strata. These are the cliffs ...
Virtual Swanage Tousist holiday guide with accommodation, attractions, events and sports activities, jurassic coast information for the seaside town of Swanage in dorset.
Oct 21, 2011 ... Where to buy North of Swanage Bay, as the land rises to Ballard Down, especially north of Victoria Avenue up to Redcliffe Road and Ulwell Road. In Swanage's tiny historic heart, old cottages around Church Hill, etc, and good streets of terraces and town houses. Also nice south from Queen's Road up to ...
The town of Swanage is on the Isle Of Purbeck, a spur of land jutting out into the English Channel. The wide Swanage Bay gives good views to the Isle of Wight in good weather. To the north are chalk cliffs leading to Old Harry Rocks. There are more great views from Durlston Head to the south of the town. Old Harry Rocks.