Our Excursions Spotlight feature for summer 2017 is back! Today’s focus is on our first Wednesday afternoon destinations: Lulworth Cove and Weymouth.
Lulworth Cove is part of England’s Jurassic Coast. It is a beautiful nature spot and offers students a different view of the English coastline to the traditional seaside towns we visit. Because of it’s beautiful scenery, Lulworth Cove has featured in many TV shows and films including the recent Hollywood movie, World War Z.
After a wonder around Lulworth Cove, we will be heading to Weymouth.
Weymouth is a traditional English seaside town situated halfway along England’s Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site due to its important geological formations. Weymouth also has claims to sporting fame as it was the host of the sailing events for the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.
On arrival in Weymouth, our students will be given a tour of the town and beach. Students can then choose to take part in our organised beach activities or explore Weymouth for themselves and relax on its beautiful beach and seafront.
For more information about our Weymouth excursion and the rest of our Summer 2017 excursion programme, click here.