Swanage Diving is based in
Swanage, Dorset ‘A Traditional Resort’
Come and enjoy the spectacular cliff top walks of the Isle of Purbeck, the sparkling blue waters of Swanage bay, follow an historic trail around Swanage or take a nostalgic trip by steam train through the wonderful Purbeck countryside to
Rated as one of the top dive destinations in the U.K Swanage is the ideal place to learn how to dive, continue your education and dive for enjoyment. With Swanage Pier and the Kyarra on its doorstep plus many other wrecks, reefs and drift sites at its disposal you will always find something to wet the appetite.
There are many quality attractions that celebrate the history and heritage of Swanage. The Swanage Pier has been restored to its original Victorian splendour and the Swanage Railway operates from Norden to Swanage via Corfe Castle over six miles of track. You can also visit the
The Purbecks ‘Something Special’
The Purbeck coast is truly something special and has something on offer for everyone, whether you want to spend your time relaxing on the soft sand beaches, exploring the coast path or hunting for fossils and walking in the footsteps of dinosaurs.
Most of Purbeck lies within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and now, with the coastline being designated as the
The Coast Path
The South West Coast Path follows the whole of our coastline starting at
Whilst enjoying the coast keep your eyes peeled for the wide array of wildlife that calls Purbeck it’s home, from birds including puffins, razorbills and guillemots, to sealife including dolphins and porpoises and beautiful plant life including early spider, flowering bee and pyramidal orchids.
By the Sea
If you are looking to spend a day by the sea, Purbeck has an array of beaches to suit everyone, from safe family beaches to remote bays. The sea along the Purbeck coast is generally calm, making it a safe place for children to play and ideal for long leisurely swims. The golden sands of
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