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The weather on Purbeck Island
The above is a climate diagram for Isle of Purbeck. On average, the warmest month is July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 1° in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Holiday lettings in the Isle of Purbeck: Where Dorset meets the sea
Holiday lettings on the Isle of Purbeck make the most of the sea views, stunning wildlife, and sandy beaches. Holiday homes are often located within a short distance of the beaches, some of which have been designated as part of a National Character Area. Cottages are bright and airy, with large windows and spacious rooms.
Give the kids a memorable trip
Kids cannot fail to be entertained by the Isle of Purbeck, whether they are joining in with the wild outdoor adventure tours or enjoying the clean beaches. Children will also enjoy exploring the 11th century ruins of Corfe Castle, above the nearby village of Corfe.
Not far from Corfe Castle is a model village displaying what the grounds and surrounding village would have looked like before the castle was destroyed.
Wild adventure come rain or shine
The Isle of Purbeck is the perfect place for those seeking outdoor adventure. Life in Purbeck revolves around the sea and its cliffs, and there are a number of adventure centres offering group activities. Cumulus Outdoors, Swanage, is one such tour operator who provides water and land-based activities (e.g. kayaking, ropes courses, climbing) for groups of all ages.
If you prefer to keep things more relaxed, the coastline is lined with paths for walking tours, as well as beaches with white sands and clear seas. Durdle Door is the most famous local site, and can be enjoyed from the beach or cliffs.
Swanage and Purbeck Festivals
The summer is overflowing with celebration, beginning with the Purbeck Pirate Festival in June/July. This is a charity event with pirates, music and stalls, plus the opportunity to see what life was like on the 18th century frigate, Shtandart.
This is followed by the Swanage Jazz festival in July, and Swanage Carnival Week. September hosts the Swanage Walking Festival, with a selection of themed guided tours along the coastline and through the countryside.
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