About this spot
The chalk headland White Nothe is one of the Jurassic Coast’s lesser known viewing points, but is undoubtedly one of its better ones. From here, views abound in all directions; there is nothing until France in one direction and the Americas in the other so it is an unsurprisingly gusty location. East along the coast lay Bat’s Head, Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove and to the west, Ringstead Bay, Osmington Mills and Weymouth Bay wrapping around to Portland – undeniably stunning in all directions. White Nothe was once a haven for Smugglers and the switchback trails that disappear down to the shoreline inspire intrigue of bygone times.
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