Looking towards Handfast Point.
This again is National Trust land with spectacular views towards Bournemouth and the Isle of Wight.
Old Harry Rocks, a chalk stack separated from the coast. You may find many people who have come here for a walk from Studland.
Looking down over Studland Bay from a viewpoint above the coast path.
Studland with Old Harry Rocks in the distance - nice beach. Popular with families (and naturists).
Big enough for everyone to find their own place.
The end of the path, looking towards Sandbanks and Brownsea Island.
There is a ferry from here to get across Poole Harbour - the world’s second largest natural harbour after Sydney Harbour.