There is plenty to do whilst visiting Burton Bradstock, including many excellent places to eat and drink and fantastic views for walkers.

Village Pubs

Walking
As the actual centre of the village is back from the main road it is well worth a fifteen minute stroll to appreciate it. Just make for the Church.
A ten minute stroll up Cliff Road (to the right of the garage) will take you to the top of the cliffs and a fine panoramic view over Lyme Bay. For Burton Beach take the road to Weymouth and turn right up Beach Road (15 minutes). There is also a good bus service into Bridport, Dorchester and Weymouth.

The Dorset and East Devon Coast is very beautiful and in December 2001 was awarded England's first natural World Heritage Site, ranking along side places like the Great Barrier Reef, Grand Canyon and The Galapagos Islands. The site includes 95 miles of unspoilt cliffs and beaches from Exmouth in East Devon through West Dorset to Weymouth and Portland where it ends near Old Harry Rocks in Purbeck.
Burton Beach is part of this site and is only a short distance away.

The Beach
To get to this beach, you can either walk along one of the footpaths from the village, or go by car to the car park, owned by the National Trust who also own this stretch of the coast. To reach the beach by car follow the road through the village, past the garage and take the next right up Beach Road. This is a very pleasant beach that has nice views along the coast in each direction and from the car park you can walk east or west along the Dorset coastal path.
Please note – Dogs are not allowed on the beach during the summer months.

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