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    Geologists around the world are excited by the discovery of the fossilised remains of the “Doyouthinkhesaurus”, one of the deadliest dinosaurs ever to have roamed this planet. Buried somewhere along the Jurassic Coast of East Devon, the near-perfect fossil specimen is considered geological 'treasure' by ardent enthusiasts. Can you unearth the remains of one of the most savage creatures to have ever lived?

    Jurassic Coast



    The Jurassic Coast, which runs from Exmouth in East Devon to Studland in Dorset, is England's first natural World Heritage Site. Its fascinating geology tells the story of how this remarkable coastline was formed over 200 million years ago, encompassing ancient deserts, tropical seas and even dinosaur infested swamps! The stunning scenery comprises of a multitude of headlands, bays and beaches - a landscape which is constantly evolving even today. Explore the narrow, winding lanes of East Devon as they take you through this amazing Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Find out for yourself how this spectacular stretch of coastline was formed. You never know, you may even be the first to discover the fossilised remains of the elusive "Doyouthinkhesawus" for yourself!

    This is a Treasure Hunt Trail, which starts at Exmouth in East Devon and takes you through Budleigh Salterton, Otterton, Sidmouth, Branscombe and Beer, finishing in Seaton, near the Dorset border. It is approximately 27 miles long and takes around five hours to complete. Car parking charges may apply, especially during the peak holiday times. The Devon lanes can be narrow in places, so the trail is suitable for light vehicles only.

    The Trail can also be purchased as a booklet from Travelworld Travel Agents and Tourist Information Centre, which is located at No 3, Rolle Street in the town centre of Exmouth.

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    WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
    "We had such a brilliant day. We wished we'd set out earlier because we wanted to stop at all the fantastic places we were guided to. We visited places we would have never found. Thought the hunt was very well thought out and researched. We'll definitely do more. Can we have some for Essex and London please!"