Reviews Lyme Regis
There are Fossil Hunting Walks that are arranged here from time to time. The Undercliff National Nature Reserve, which les to the west of Lyme Regis, is a delight for those wanting to explore the hilly terrains as one can find a wide variety of rare flora and fauna here.
The Marine Aquarium, which is on the historic Cobb in Lyme Regis, is a place where one can study the marine ... More wildlife which is varied and well maintained.
For the sports enthusiast there are water sport activities to indulge in such as fishing, diving, boating and more as well as other outdoor activities like golfing, tennis, football, cricket, horse riding.
This coastal town has a population of 4,406 people out of which almost forty five percent are retired.
The town is known for its fossils which were found on the beaches and cliffs which belong to the Jurassic Coast, which is a World Heritage Site.
Lyme Regis has a temperate maritime climate and is popular for its pleasant weather, which is why it is visited by many tourists throughout the year. The weather is perfect to enjoy outdoor activities such as nature trails, sport ... More facilities or just relaxing on the beaches and soaking up the sun.
There are amusement arcades for children where one can come with the family to enjoy computer and other games. In the evenings one can enjoy which have live bands, disco and other musical performances at the various inns and public houses.
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