Chesil Beach (Dorset) Reviews
Newest Review: ... fossils and other artefacts found on the beach. The whole stretch of the beach is filled with the shingle; there must be millions and millions of rocks, all of which are unique! Walking along the beach it is very peaceful and the wind feels great... the waves crashing on the rocks makes such a unique and soothing sound. I really like this beach as it can be both angry and peaceful. On a calm day, the waters are very still and harmonic, whilst on a rough day, the waves crash and it is definitely scary! I would definitely warn you not to go anywhere near the edge, as the beach slopes downwards, making it very dangerous! The individual rock... more
Customer Chesil Beach (Dorset) Reviews (1)
by - written on 13/12/09 (Very useful, 110 readings)
Chesil Beach is situated in South England, in Weymouth, and is a long stretch of coast line meaauring 18 miles long, and is a shingle beach. It can be described as a spit as it has a salt lagoon behind. ~~~APPEAL~~~ This is one of my favourite places in the whole wide world, as it is so peaceful and largely undisturbed... There is a car park on the other side of the lagoon, with which you can park your car, and also an information centre, full of interesting information about the beach in the past, as well as samples of sea life, shells, fossils and other artefacts found on the beach. The whole stretch of the beach is filled with ... Read the complete review
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