Wow! We have visited Dorset a number of times but this was our first visit to Lukworth Cove. The car park was full when we arrived as cars were getting stuck on the field area (we'd had a fair amount of rain beforehand!). Luckily we found a space in the main car park, paid the fairly expensive parking fee and walked up the cliff top path to Lulworth Cove. Views of the cove and amazing rock formations were worth the walk. What an amazing natural landmark. Absolutely stunning! The cove had turquoise water and while we sat on the beach for a few minutes (it was a chilly day) we watched a boat being unloaded with bags of oysters. Definitely recommend the visit and if you have mobility issues I believe there is an easier approach than the cliff top path as there was a narrow road leading into the cove - you just wouldn't be able to see the rock formations on the other side of the cove if you took this option.
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