Where the sea crashes into the tip of Dorset, this little headland is a great place to sit and take it all in, admire the views or stoll along the cliffs.
Good number of seabirds, I'm told there's a decent chance of spotting dolphins or seals, though I never have!
Has an almost lands end feel but without the crowds or more importantly the fences and ropes. Here you can clamber on the rocks and find your own place to sit and enjoy the surroundings. We went in Easter holidays, the car park was nigh on full but there was loads of space to enjoy the area.
Only negative is the parking at £1 for an hour is pretty steep, but it's only a niggle, I'd still go back.
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