The Jurassic Coast is stunning and some of its most beautiful points, including Blue Lias Cliffs and Pinhay Bay, are within easy reach of Lyme Regis. There are miles of beautiful landscapes to explore including The Undercliff, which has been entirely formed by landslides and is a stunning wilderness.
The most famous landmark in Lyme Regis is the town's harbour, known as The Cobb. The harbour and its adjacent village ...Cobb... are well worth a visit, with lovely views across the coast available from the end of the pier. The Cobb also features a marine aquarium where you can get close to a range of sea creatures, including enormous lobsters!
Lyme Regis beaches
The town is home to four beaches. Town Beach provides a sandy haven for visitors with various cafes and pubs bordering the sand. Monmouth Beach, meanwhile, is the home of beach huts and a bowling green, whilst Back Beach is bordered by stunning cliffs that are best enjoyed from a distance due to their fragility.
Treading the boards
If you are interested in the arts, a trip to the Marine Theatre is an absolute must. Here you will find a packed programme of professional productions, including a range of theatre, music and children's performances.
Lyme Regis hosts a popular Regatta and Carnival Week in early August each year. With over sixty events and displays on offer, you are sure to find something you'll enjoy, from the Sailing Club Regatta to the carnival procession and fireworks.