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Durdle Door, Dorset: open water swimming

If you’ve been training hard in the pool and are looking for a debut plunge in the big blue, a three-

kilometre swim along the Jurassic coast is the perfect test. It’s a Unesco heritage site and offers one of the most picturesque tidally assisted swims in the world. • Sussex-based Swim Trek runs guided swims with support boat throughout August for £100pp. There are lots of B&Bs in nearby West Lulworth; try Cove House, with doubles from £100 Ben Quinn is a Cornwall-based chef who will take visitors out on his fishing boat, foraging in rock pools for oysters, mussels and crab, or line-fishing off a cliff for the ultimate beach barbecue. Think Poldark meets Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall. Ben’s HQ is Nancarrow Farm in Zelah, but he’ll go anywhere in north Cornwall and work out a menu based on how adventurous – physically and gastronomically – guests want to be.
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