This gripping crime drama takes place in an apparently calm and welcoming seaside town. When an eleven-year-old boy dies in mysterious circumstances the media descend and start digging into local people's secrets. Much of the action is filmed on England's Jurassic Coast in West Dorset, and the spectacular scenery adds to the attraction of the series.
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The series was said by the writer to be a tribute to Dorset's Jurassic coast, with the beach, the cliffs and the sea as the main stars. The cliffs of West Bay and surrounding scenery are used as the backdrop for many of the dramatic shots, with beach scenes shot at Harbour Cliff and the beach below.
This beachside setting was where Susan Wright's caravan was situated, in which Danny's skateboard was found.
This hut high on Eype cliffs was used for exterior shots of Danny Latimer's murder scene in season one.
This small chapel near East Cliff represents the exterior of the Sea Brigade Hall in Broadchurch.
The landscape was a big part of the story again in season two of Broadchurch, with several scenes shot around the beach huts at Charmouth.
This private apartment building was used to shoot exteriors in season two of Broadchurch, standing in for the Wessex Police HQ.
The Grade II-listed Bridehead House was chosen to represent Axehampton House in season three, with scenes set in the grounds, round a lake and a waterfall.