This picturesque shingle beach is a steep fifteen minute walk down from the cliff top car park. Home to the iconic rock arch, it is a great place for relaxing on the beach. The descent to Durdle Door is steep and is not suitable for those with disabilities. Please wear appropriate footwear (trainers, walking boots). Refreshment kiosks, souvenirs and toilet facilities are available in the car park area.
The beautiful white pebble beach of Lulworth Cove, with its blue waters and easy access make it a popular destination for lovers of the beach. Low tide reveals wonderful rock pools teeming with sea creatures. Dogs permitted on the left hand side of the slipway. Refreshments are available from The Boat Shed Café, at the water’s edge.
Man O'War Bay
A mix of sand and shingle, this is one of the hidden treasures at Lulworth. Aquamarine water with safe seas for gentle swimming and paddling. Located to the east of Durdle Door. The final descent to the bay is steep and is not suitable for those with disabilities. Please wear appropriate footwear (trainers, walking boots). Refreshment kiosks, souvenirs and toilet facilities are available in the car park area. Dogs allowed.
An isolated shingle beach in a wonderful setting. It is only accessible by foot. Parking is 1 mile away. Due to military firing, this beach is occasionally closed. Please check that it is open before you travel to avoid disappointment. Dogs allowed. No refreshment facilities. Toilets by the car park. Take road signs to Tyneham (when the Ranges are open).
The rocks at Kimmeridge were once the floor of a deep tropical sea. Rich in prehistoric life, many important fossils have been found here. Hammering is forbidden, but you may search for fossils on the beach. Safe for bathing, watersports and diving. Toilets and parking are via a cliff top toll road. Dogs allowed. Set SATNAV to BH20 5PF.
A tranquil National Trust pebble beach with lovely views across the Jurassic Coast to Portland. Toilets and parking via a toll road. Set SATNAV to DT3 6HJ.