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The Beach Island concept is very special to us, it underpins our brand and our way of thinking. Our team is an eclectic mix of digital nomads, remote freelancers and collaborative hubs around the world, but we unite under the conceptual social environment of our Beach.
Not only is the ecological environment of our Beach appealling, from the sanctuary and seclusion of the remote island, the blue sea, green grass, golden sand and glorious mountain ranges. But we also embrace a theme of Vikings - warriors, adventurers, travellers - from popular culture and our own twists.
Ultimately, our Beach is an indulgence and it's whatever we want it to be.Explore To the Gatehouse
One of our favourite places to visit for adventure in the South of England - famously known as the Jurassic Coast.
We couldn't have a Beach without a landmark inspired by our real-world Durdle Door.
Memories of our day trips on our little boat as a kid around the Poole bay, Studland and across to Swanage, we'd always pass Old Harry's Rocks.
Old Harry is located on the most easterly point of the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The story of the naming of the rocks is one of legend. One says that the Devil (known euphemistically as "Old Harry") slept on the rocks.
Another local legend says that the rocks were named after Harry Paye, the infamous Poole pirate, whose ship hid behind the rocks awaiting passing merchantmen.
Yet another tale has it that a ninth-century Viking raid was thwarted by a storm and that one of the drowned, Earl Harold, was turned into a pillar of chalk..
Inspired by the 400 tonnes of sandstone, perched upon a conical hill, known as Agglestone Rock.
Located approximately 1 mile from the village of Studland, south Dorset, it's a popular spot for rock climbers, bouldering, walking, mountain biking and drone flying.
Another name for Aggy Rock is the Devil's Anvil, a holy stone hurled by Devil on to the crest of the hillock rising above peaty waste.
We think that's kind of a neat idea 👹
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