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There is a fair bit of decent to Durdle door, hence be wary of the climb back up. There is plenty of parking( with overflow parking with 10 additional min of walk).
It gets quite busy in summers on good weather days.
Its shingles and...More
Lovely place. Parking is worth it if you visit both Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door (combined ticket for both car parks). You may want to wash car afterwards though, as the dust from the gravel in car parks will leave your vehicle looking pretty dusty...More
We plan to visit this place it because we were driven from St Austell to Southampton by ship to Isle of wight. It will take around 4 hours on the drive. So we designed this place to take for break. But still suggest if you...More
I arrived here early on Saturday morning, around 08:30am, after a long drive from just north of London. The sea was crystal clear and there were very few people. The early morning swim was amazing, so cool and refreshing. The waters are very clear, so...More
Was beautiful. Unbelievable to think something so pretty could be found in England. The walk up and down to the cove was extremely tiresome and requires a good level of fitness. I think wheelchair users would be unable to make it down. I did see...More
Breathtaking little gem of a spot. We drive here from Lulworth Cove en route to other places. We weren't sure whether to bother with the steep trek down to the beach as we hadn't paid for long on the car park but we are so...More
Would you believe that a Microsoft Windows 10 screensaver resulted in a fantastic family day out ?
I saw a gorgeous photo on my Windows screensaver showing a beautiful "cove" coastline at sunrise. When I clicked for more information, the details stated the site was...More