Lyme Regis Beach
Backed by Lyme Regis itself and the promenade this crescent of sand and pebble beach has recently been replenished and extended using imported pebbles. Not only does this increase coastal protection but access to the beach has been improved.
At the southern end of the beach is the harbour and the "Cobb", the ancient harbour wall perhaps best known for its appearance in the film of the French Lieutenant’s Woman.
Bordering the Jurassic Coast, Lyme Regis is also well known for its fossils. Sadly they are nigh on impossible to find these days, but the town's fossil heritage dates back to the 1800s when Mary Anning found a plesiosaur fossil here.
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Type of beach
Sand & pebble
No lifeguard cover
Dogs friendly beach?
Dogs are only allowed on Town Beach from November to March inclusive but must be kept on the lead at all times
There is charge parking for 500 cars plus spaces for disabled drivers