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Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door

West Lulworth, England
+44 1929 400352
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“car park” (503 reviews)
“steep walk” (102 reviews)
“the cliff” (172 reviews)
West Lulworth, England
+44 1929 400352
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Reviewed 2 days ago

What a place. Here, you can swim, hike, have lunch etc. It is extremely beautiful and I understand why UNESCO has made the area into the World Heritage. We had promlems when we payed for the parking and the pariking is also pretty expensive. That...More

Thank Morgan B
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Returned here after i was told by my parents that we used to go there when i was small. Couldnt remember that so i returned with my fiancee. After paying to park at lulworth cove for 4 hours i realised we were in the wrong...More

Thank Nathan C
Reviewed 2 days ago

Wow! I knew this place was going to be magnificent, it just blew me away its stunning & Well worth the parking fee of about £7.50 for a good few hours. The walk down is worth it it builds up the anticipation of what's to...More

Thank yorksirelass2016
Reviewed 3 days ago

Great hike--relatively easy on a smooth path from lulworth cove parking lot to durdel door.(dies get kinda steep-take your time) Plenty of parking. Durdel door is an inconic rock formation on the jurrassic coast--a must see. Views are amazing. We came on a sunny day...More

Thank SanMo
Reviewed 3 days ago

On a lovely sunny day, this was a rare treat to see the natural beauty that is Lulworth Cove and then to take the hike over to Durdle Door via the cliff path. It was great to see the full age range from young children...More

Thank Supamac
Reviewed 3 days ago

Very steep hill to navigate with loose stones so beware and be careful. Ample parking and a must see if you are in the area oh and as a bonus i rewarded myself when i got back to the top with ice-cream

Thank 863heidiv
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Stunning place to visit , bit of a trek to get to but , more of a trek back, but it's up hill. But it's worth it Stunning place.

Thank pristienshots
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This iconic Dorset landmark is well worth a visit. It's a steep walk down from the car park, so be prepared. It feels even steeper on the way back up! I parked at the Durdle Door car park, and it does get very busy, especially...More

Thank Cyberwho
Reviewed 3 days ago

Durdle door is necessary to visit when you are in the area. It is really impressing even the weather was not the best at the day of our visit.

Thank Hanne M
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Very popular tourist spot, almost feels like a pilgrimage when you see the stream of people coming and going up and down the hill. The access to Durdle Door is steep and it's easy to slip on the chalk stones so beware. We only made...More

Thank scottishangel22
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21 August 2017|
Response from 863heidiv | Reviewed this property |
Yes if you take it slow and hold hands have a great day
Stuart K
21 July 2017|
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Response from sphericalcow |
It should be possible provided the scooter can handle a moderate slope. From the car park a tarmac road leads down to the cafe at the entrance to the beach. From there you get a view of the cove. There is also a reasonably... More
16 July 2017|
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Response from outanaboutFylde | Reviewed this property |
The pub actually at Lullworth cove was serving very ample Sunday Lunches, although we did nt have a sunday Lunch we had burgers but we had an excellent Sunday Lunch earlier at the Smugglers Inn just further down the... More