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Rivers in Dorset


The River Frome and its tributaries have created a wide estuary. Poole Harbour is at the mouth of that estuary.


Coastline in Dorset


Dorset's coastline is on the English Channel. The coastline in Dorset is known as the Jurassic Coast. The Jurassic Coast features geological landforms such as Chesil Beach (tombolo), Durdle Door (natural arch), the Isle of Portland (limestone island), and Lulworth Cove (cove). The natural harbour Poole Harbour is also on the Dorset coastline. Poole Harbour contains a few islands, Brownsea Island being one of them.


Places in Dorset


Situated on English Channel coastline, the county of Dorset offers a number of seaside resorts. Places throughout the county of Dorset include Blandford Forum, Boscombe, Bournemouth, Bridport, Chesil Beach, Christchurch, Dorchester, Gillingham, Hythe, Lyme Regis, Mudeford, Poole, Portland, Purbeck, Sandbanks, Shaftesbury, Sherborne, Studland, Sturminster Newton, Swanage, Wareham, West Bay, Weymouth and Wimborne Minster.



Boscombe
Bournemouth
Christchurch
Hythe
LymeRegis
Mudeford
Poole
Portland
Sandbanks
Studland
Swanage
WestBay
Weymouth


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