MONMOUTH BEACHLyme Regis      


Click on the below tab to check the availability of Caravans, Chalets & Beach Huts for Holiday Lets on Monmouth Beach.



Rock pooling

Click on the tab below to view the Lyme Regis Marine Life Channel, with lots of video and images of Rockpool species found on Monmouth Beach.


Fossil Hunting

Click through to find out more information on finding fossils on Monmouth Beach and images of recent finds. Please also read the Safety Information that must be followed when searching for fossils.

Dog Walking

Monmouth beach is a dog walking beach. All dogs are welcome. They love to play in the sea with other dogs. Dogs love the long or short walks you can give them round the bay.  You also can walk your dog in the cliffs witch is a really nice walk.  Link bellow!

Power Boat Club

The Lyme Regis Powerboat Club is always looking for enertainment such as waterskiing, fireworks, jet skiing and fast boat rides.  You could become a member!  Click the link for more information!


The Cobb

The Cobb is the harbour of Lyme Regis it is also the home of the Popular Aquarium.  The Famous harbour is commonly used as a prime fishing location. in addition you can be picked up for a fishing trip from here.


What to do on Monmouth Beach?


Use this link for more things to do in Lyme Regis!



Carnival week 2016!

Carnival week is coming up on 6th - 14th August 2016!


Lyme Regis Aquarium

Visit Lyme Regis's family frendly aquarium. One of the favourite attractions of Lyme Regis. specialised for its hand feeding mullet.


Lyme Regis Boat Building Acadamy

The International School of Boatbuilding also known as RYA centre for shore based navigation and sailing courses.

The School offers a 38 week boat building course which includes a diploma in Marine Construction.


The Mystery of Stone Balancing

Watch the amazing Adrian Gray perform the strange and mysterious illusion of this growing shore art.


Fishing from the beach in "Pokers Pool" can throw up all sorts of interesting specimens, from Conger Eels to various Rockling species as well as some large Wrasse!

Boat trips for Mackeral leave from the harbour side of the Cobb.



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