Must-See Destination With Great Facilities
Lulworth, in Dorset on the South West coast of England, is home to a significant part of the Jurassic Coast, England’s first and only natural UNESCO World Heritage Site. In fact, many would say that no trip to the UK is complete without a visit to this beautiful part of the world.
Visitors come here to experience the jaw-dropping beauty of the Jurassic coastline with its iconic rock formations and stunning views. The bustling hub of Lulworth Cove, with its coach parking, Visitor Centre, shops and eateries provides a great base for exploring the area and the 150 million years of history that one can see here. Take a short drive, or a short walk up the hill, to enjoy the spectacle of iconic Durdle Door rock-arch. And, for those with a passion for history, a visit to the beautiful Lulworth Castle, a partially restored C17th Castle set in acres of rolling parkland, provides a great day out.
Our team can work with you to tailor a bespoke itinerary for your guests which suits your specific needs and timings. As well as general introductions to the area, our team of experienced guides – the Lulworth Rangers – can provide fascinating talks on birds, flowers, butterflies, fossils, geology, history and sustainability, as well as guided walks.
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Coach Parking & Facilities
Coach parking is available for 15 vehicles at Lulworth Cove at £22 per coach for a full day. This includes access to toilets and a free tea/coffee for the driver. Please pay and collect your coach permit at the Visitor Centre Reception in Lulworth Cove. Education coaches will receive a discount. No coach parking at Durdle Door. Drop-off and turnaround only.