A small village at the northern end of the Isle of Purbeck. Visit the RSPB nature reserve to see many rare birds and animals.
West of the famous Corfe Castle, Church Knowle is a village that dates back over 700 years.
Built by the Normans, destroyed during the civil war, Corfe Castle stands as the gateway between the Purbeck Hills.
A small village to the west of the Isle of Purbeck.
A small village on the southern coast of the Isle of Purbeck.
Kingston is a small village situated approximately 2 miles south of Corfe Castle at the top of the southern ridge of the Purbeck hills.
Lulworth is a small village and hamlet on the western edge of the Isle of Purbeck
Studland Village is approximately 5 miles from Swanage. Studland beach and the surrounding heathland is an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Tyneham is a small abandoned village around 5 miles west of Corfe Castle.
Wareham, a Saxon walled town is on the north edge of the Isle of Purbeck, between the rivers Frome and Piddle.
Worth Matravers lies appropriately 4 miles west of Swanage and 3 miles south of Corfe Castle.