The long sandy beach at Studland stretches for miles like a gold ribbon along the coast. The soft sand and shallow water make it an idyllic bathing beach and the length of the beach ensures you can always find a place to enjoy it in peace.
The village of Studland has a village shop, a good public house and a luxurious restaurant. Within a short drive is the town of Swanage and historic village of Corfe Castle. A pleasant coastal path takes you up to Old Harry's Rocks or the other way to the Studland Nature Reserve.
A number of holiday cottages are available for self catering holidays in Studland. Here are a few to choose from.
Studland is part of the Isle of Purbeck and therefore makes up part of the famous Jurassic Coast. The stunning coastal areas are protected as part of a UESCO world heritage site and are classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The coastal path from Studland takes you to Swanage and then onto Durlston and then on to numerous villages and coastal formations along the south coast. The area has numerous traditional villages to enjoy and most have good public houses and small village restaurants too.