in 1839 a huge section of the cliffs at Dowlands slid seaward. The scene soon became a major attraction with special events laid on by the local inhabitants to winkle cash out of the curious. The Undercliffs still attract visitors because the cliffs, heavily overgrown, are a haven for wildlife and plantlife.
Muriel Arbor above Goat Island
Chalk ridges forced upright
Exmouth to Milford on Sea
including the East Devon & Dorset World Heritage Site
updated: November 1, 2011