Kimmeridge Bay is part of the Jurassic Coast. This is not a sandy beach but a mixture of sand, pebbles, bolders and shale. Although not sandy it does offer swimming and excellent rock pools. Rocky limestone reefs make the area a key habitat and the bay is a designated Marine Nature Reserve and exhibitions of local marine wildlife at the Marine Centre.
The sheltered bay gives a good watersports location such as scuba diving, snorkeling, windsurfing and surfing.
- Access via private toll road.
- Village facilities approx. 20 minute walk.
- Ice cream van usually on good days.
We have no dog information for Kimmeridge Bay beach.