Open all year round
Lyme Regis boasts breathtaking scenery and a special mystique, making it a sparkling resort for all seasons.
Lyme Regis is a historic unspoiled seaside resort with an active fishing port. It's most well-known landmark is the Cobb – an old stone pier which forms the harbour wall and featured in the 1981 film ‘The French Lieutenants Woman’.
Lyme Regis’s most famous resident was Mary Anning, a fossil collector who became known around the world for important finds she made in the rocks nearby. Her story is told in the Lyme Regis Museum. Other attractions in Lyme Regis include the Town Mill and the Lyme Regis aquarium. There are a variety of boat trips on offer and a number of fossil and ghost walks.